Since last month’s alleged voyeur incident in Place Vanier, students living in the residence have said they feel unsafe and are concerned about campus security.
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In an era of unprecedented volatility in politics, do we strive for the centre to keep everyone happy ?
For a year, UBC has been researching a new equity sharing ownership model where the university would “co-invest” in a market-level unit — both off campus and resale units on campus — with a faculty member.
Following the conclusion of a five-year review of the Housing Action Plan (HAP) earlier this year, UBC brought the topic to the Board of Governors again in September for updates about the Prescribed Interest Rate Loan (PIRL) program and the rent-geared-to-income (RGI) program.
The Allard School of Law has halted the hiring process for a new faculty position created by an alumnus’ donation, after another alumnus expressed concerns about the principal donor’s alleged complicity in violating international law.
Coalition Vancouver denounced the use of the term alt-right, saying it aligned the party and its supporters with “Nazis and/or White Supremacists.”
“That’s how you can try to hold onto all the identity pieces of your brand, but just update it — just slightly change the focus.”
A natural gas line disruption in northern BC means that some UBC buildings may be without heating, hot water or fuel for cooking appliances.
This October, midterms and Halloween won’t be the only things on UBC community members’ mind: many will also be eligible to vote in the Vancouver municipal elections.
“It is not up to us to force ourselves into your space.” said Hailey Matheson, from the Peguis Nation.
With almost $50,000 from a recent award by the Community Radio Fund of Canada (CRFC), campus radio station CiTR is creating three podcasts on the culture and current events of UBC and Vancouver.
A Park Board candidate in the upcoming municipal election is proposing a pilot project to allow for limited alcohol consumption in Vancouver parks and beaches, building on a recent Park Board plan to introduce alcohol sales to beach concessions at English Bay and Kitsilano beaches.
For Montgomery, to make a city happy, is for their citizens to be active and creative within the spaces they live in and to interact and trust others — but it might be easier said than done.
The plan was created in response to a need for sustainable development in the rapidly growing campus, as the university hopes to make its new developments more environmentally conscious and better-suited to changing weather patterns.
The AMS’s Sexual Assault Support Centre is expanding its offering of workshops to campus groups, following a recent surge in volunteers. According to the Centre’s update at the September 26 AMS Council meeting, SASC has seen over 100 volunteer applications this term.