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"I am interested in understanding these common and successful birds because perhaps they are the ones that can offer us robust ways to improve aircraft maneuverability.”
India has surpassed China as the fastest growing international student group on campus, according to UBC enrolment reports.
The AMS lobbied for the government to follow through on promises to provide funding for Indigenous students and better engage those students in consultation.
“Very often, the archives don't give you answers to the questions that you wish they did ... and you have to learn how to excavate history on its own terms.”
Just because it’s a new year and new semester doesn’t mean that you have re-imagine your lifestyle — and we suggest not doing so. The urge to fix and address every single aspect of your life is the exact reason why it’s so hard to stick to resolutions in the first place.
Come forth, my awkward friends, let us together try to be more socially acceptable and weave our way through this intricate mess that is society
“I think what brings me here every day, what motivates me every day and why I've stayed here over the years is the unique spirit."
Former directors and faculty say the crisis at the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies (PWIAS) reflects a trend of conflict as the university and the donor family grapple over the institute’s mandate, direction and independence.
The exhibition was the result of a year-long PhotoVoice project facilitated by UBC PhD candidate and Public Scholar Neila Miled. It featured a collection of photographs taken by ten young Muslim women, displaced from their home countries, who now live and study in British Columbia.
UBC isn’t shying away from international issues, whether they’re dropped on its doorstep or not. In fact, it’s seeking them out.
“It’s good for people in the lab now to see that what they do can have some meaning.”
The report identified three “urgent issues” prevalent in the math department: a lack of resources, inadequate physical infrastructure and a shortage of classroom space.
This is a normal part of student life one could say, but sometimes you just want to go home, sleep and avoid the unnecessary and uncomfortable tête-à-têtes with your acquaintances.
Of the six students enrolled in UBC’s Masters of Philosophy program, only one is female.