UBC Campus Security has released their 2018 annual report and compared to previous years, there’s been a notable spike in property crime.
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The Equity Caucus was initially formed in 2016 after an AMS Governance Review highlighted potential inequity within the society’s structures. This time, Ilnitchi wants easy access and the active participation of equity-seeking groups.
It’s been four years since BMS launched in September 2015. Since then, the program has graduated its first class while undergoing multiple leadership and structural changes.
Former Director of Electoral Area A Justin LeBlanc was acclaimed to the position in last year’s November municipal elections. He resigned in February because of the time demand of the job.
The AMS has expressed concern about a proposed bylaw change that would remove an AMS-appointed seat on the University Neighbourhoods Association (UNA) Board without student consultation.
Starting summer 2019 students will no longer need to take the Language Proficiency Index (LPI) test to register in first-year English courses such as ENGL 112.
The temporary prayer space will be open from 5 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. in West Mall Swing Space following requests from students for additional prayer areas on campus during the exam season.
UBC Blood for Life decided to host the drive in hopes of recruiting more bi-racial donors.
On April 17, the provincial government announced $3.26 million in funding for open educational resources including the development of no-cost, open-access textbooks.
The Board voted to approve an additional $25 million contribution to the main fund in the Sustainable Futures Pool (SFP) over the next three years, bringing the total contributed to the pool to $50 million by 2022.
UBCC350 gathered outside today’s BoG meeting in the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre to demonstrate against UBC’s investments in fossil fuels.
“I joke that the worst job in the AMS is the AMS elections administrator.”
"Over the years, the amount of pettiness that I've seen come out of postering — you'd be surprised."
UBC English instructor Katja Thieme has faced online harassment and threats after questioning the legitimacy of an online publication, Quillette, and the academics who publish in it.
An article published in the March 15th, 2019 online edition of the Ubyssey, concerning the acquittal of Mr. Marc Medevielle, contained erroneous statements which were the result of misquotes and a mischaracterization of a decision rendered by Her Honour Judge Adams of the British Columbia Provincial Court.