Discussion at the VP administration revolved around what strategies candidates Jai Sodhi, Kevin Heieis and Amy Liao would use to maximize the Nest’s rooms and utilities.
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Incumbent student senators Kamil Kanji and Kareem Hassib along with newcomers Alex Chui, Jasper Lorien, Solomon Yi-Kieran, Sahib Malik and Taushifa Shaikh took the stage at Michael Kingsmill Forum once again.
Jasper Lorien is running to be student governor on a platform centered around freezing tuition and housing fees, divestment from companies complicit in human rights violations and increasing student housing construction.
Third-year philosophy student Amy Liao is running for VP administration on a platform centering around student living and the Nest, improving clubs and AMS subsidiaries' experience and working towards the AMS Sustainability Action Plan (ASAP)’s 2026 goals.
For young salmon, road salt run-off can be deadly. A research project is using citizen science to monitor the impacts of road salting on freshwater fish.
The federal government has announced an intake cap on international study permit applications starting in September 2024. It remains unclear whether this will lead to a significant decrease in international student admissions at UBC.
The Simon K.Y. Lee Global Lounge and Resource Centre, or the Global Lounge, has been temporarily closed since September 2023. It is set to re-open this term, with changes to programming.
In 2023, Arneil was inducted to the Order of Canada for her contributions to political theory and the field of political science.
“If student life at UBC were to be viewed as a stone arch...Instagram acts as the keystone that has allowed the current campus culture to bear weight,” writes Tatum Narode
After a decade of working in music away from campus, Jasper Sloan Yip made his way back to UBC working at CiTR 101.9 FM, the community radio station, and its arts magazine, Discorder.
"If university educators are serious about decolonization, they need to teach and engage with these histories. This is in fact what many teach-ins, peaceful student rallies, and other forms of active learning at UBC have sought to do since October 7," writes Dr. Hicham Safieddine.
Put on your winter boots, and let’s find the best hot chocolate for you, because a sweet sip is just a short stroll from your favourite study spot.
Spotify Wrapped dropped at the end of the month, and, in what has become an annual ritual, every Instagram story turned into a reminder of how much everyone you know listens to Taylor Swift.
Anyone can contribute to the vast number of specimens housed at UBC’s herbarium, and help document history in the process
On one hand, there are expectations from one's ethnic community to remain closeted. On the other hand, there are expectations from the LGBTQ+ community to come out. The latter is associated with a notion of "living your truth," while the former is seen as living a lie, writes Alyy Patel.