After decades of student pressure, dozens of universities across the continent have pledged to take portions of their investment funds out of fossil fuels. As of 2019, UBC is one of them.
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Dr. Daniel Pauly and Dr. Rashid Sumaila are sailing toward sustainable change.
Before doing both his bachelor’s and master’s in opera performance at UBC, Luka Kawabata studied engineering at Queen’s University.
The selection criterion for the International Major Entrance Scholarship was determined by Senate when it was created in and is tied to the admissions decision.
A new report from the BC Ministry of Municipal Affairs puts the University Endowment Lands (UEL) one step closer to municipalization.
At a rather unusual time for a UBC farm visit on May 25, a group of about 20 people, mostly students, gathered at the gates at 9:30 p.m. for a walk called “Goth Butterflies — Shedding Moonlight on Nocturnal Insects.”
Mycology is the study of fungi, the enigmatic branch on the tree of life that produces those mysterious mushrooms that pop up around campus in the spring and fall.
Not only does Buchanan Block E not exist, it cannot exist.
Throughout ninth grade, I spent all my spare time in Ms. Ramone’s classroom.
Before she was a drag queen, Anita Wigl’it had a job that was, at times, “boring.” But then, she ushered the Australian classic Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, and a seemingly normal shift and show would forever changed her life. The then-twenty-year-old saw something in that theatre that she had never seen before — drag queens on stage.
Being Queer often means certain experiences happen on a different timeline.
As on-campus activism continues to ramp up, Sulong UBC reflects on the lessons and legacy of Filipino student organizing and that we can draw from this history to respond to contemporary issues.
The blog can't give you your summer back, but we can at least offer you a few films to help you stay motivated to study. Here are our top movies to inspire you to get those A’s.
After graduating with a BFA from the University of Victoria in 1978, Dr. Jeannette Armstrong threw herself straight into work, turning Syilx history into vibrant stories.
Vancouver Pride brings hundreds into the streets each summer to celebrate decades of 2SLGBTQIA+ protest for the right to be ourselves in public.