The area surrounding Powell Street used to host a thriving Japanese-Canadian community. Now, every year, the Powell Street Festival Society hosts an event to cultivate Japanese-Canadian art and culture in the area.
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If you are as bad as I am at returning at library books on time and spend your paycheques paying off library fees, you’ll probably appreciate the Free Little Library — even if it does make you feel like a giant.
The AMS has released a 22-page document that provides updates and information regarding the Sexual Assault Support Centre (SASC), almost a month after the society announced its now-reversed decision to cut the centre’s support services.
The AMS executives then published an apology and retracted this decision on June 25, but the town hall still saw around 40 people in person and over 1,800 views via The Ubyssey’s livestream, who asked questions about multiple aspects of the issue.
“This kind of symposium is essentially a place where we want to carve out this space that doesn’t quite exist in Vancouver, for not only ourselves, [but also] to be able to provide this space for other women and non-binary artists."
Second-year UBC law student Shawn Zhang has been using satellite imagery to locate and document re-education camps in Xinjiang, an official autonomous region in China.
“The amount of tickets available to UBC students will still remain the same,” said Hamid. “The tickets sold to UBC students will also be the same price.”
Lorna Brown is the curator of the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery’s newest exhibit “Beginning with the Seventies: Radial Change,” which brings forward impactful archived works that discuss politics, gender, sexuality and race.
Without a UBCSUO representative, the 13-member committee’s only Okanagan member was Associate Vice-President of Students Ian Cull, whose office reports directly to Vancouver's VP Students.
Unheard of by many, Mount Cheam is in Chilliwack and you absolutely need a four-wheel drive to even make it to the base of the hike.
Billed as the “largest campaign for scholarships for students in the history of British Columbia,” UBC’s Blue and Gold campaign, which aims to raise $100 million for leadership and needs-based student awards in three years, has reached $40.2 million as of July 3.
AMS President Marium Hamid, who campaigned on a promise to revamp the website, said the new website is expected to be launched on August 27.
When Croatia scored an equalizer a few minutes later, the bar erupted in cheers. That’s when I found out that I managed to find the town’s English pub and the only bar in the whole city cheering against France.
The lineup was announced by AMS Events in a video posted to their Facebook page.
Prior to this appointment, Peter Smailes has served as the interim VP since former VP Finance and Operations Andrew Simpson left the position in January 2018.