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Although the first few weeks back will be online, this new year, much like the first Star Wars film, brings to me, and to all of us, a new hope.
MDMA-assisted psychotherapy is a burgeoning area of research that can support those suffering from PTSD.
Didion's words were so uniquely her own, but so deeply perceptible to anyone who came across them.
Fourth-year Azuz Al-Rubaye started a GoFundMe page to raise tuition money for his younger sister Atika’s final year of medical school at the University of Alexandria.
I realize that there was so much I didn’t know about virtual learning that I wish I could go back in time to tell myself.
The comments were made during a break in class when Dr. John Sherman was discussing the semantics of calling something a fact or racist.
As an experiential learning course, UBCSolve will show that even within the span of twenty four hours, students can learn about development and the important skills that go along with that — empathy, connectivity and communication
Filled with despair, they pull themselves out of bed each morning, walk two steps to their desk and resume their Zoom lecture to which they hardly pay attention, scrolling through TikTok instead.
We looked at the biology building collapse and we got really paranoid. After a few months, we asked ourselves, “What would be an even worse campus building to have collapse on you?”
According to Andrew Parr, the university has set aside enough isolation-specific units to accommodate an average of 16 new in-residence cases per day.
Playing volleyball has always come naturally to MacTaggart, a master's of Indigenous community planning student in the School of Community and Regional Planning and member of the women's volleyball team.
In term two, I just hope to feel a bit more like myself again.
With the climate crisis a very real and looming threat, a new report from UBC's Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability has concluded that a climate-change-driven apocalypse would be "totally badass."
This article contains mention of intimate partner violence.