A tribunal has ordered the AMS to pay a contractor $4,631.44 after an invoice dispute.
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A UBCO student filed a lawsuit against the RCMP in March 2020 after a wellness check became violent, surveillance footage reveals.
As courses have moved online, the lack of accessible information on what financial resources UBC has available for students accompanies technology barriers to online education.
The June 20 email from BoG Vice-Chair Sandra Cawley said that Korenberg’s resignation is effective immediately. Cawley will be assuming the role as interim chair.
In light of the university’s recent messaging committing to anti-racism, the chair’s liked tweets contained posts from multiple Republican figures, with tweets supporting United States President Donald Trump and disparaging anti-fascist and Black Lives Matter protests.
Now, students who still need to take transit will have to pay between $98 and $177 for a monthly pass from TransLink.
Despite economic benefits, continued construction comes with concern over noise for neighbouring residents and health risks to workers themselves.
With his term beginning July 1, Point succeeds Lindsay Gordon whose six-year term just came to a close.
Academic freedom was the focus of June’s Board of Governors meeting held virtually on Zoom.
President Santa Ono has called for an external investigation of a racial profiling incident on campus involving a Black graduate student.
A Statistics Canada survey found that participants with a cancelled or delayed work placement were more likely to be concerned about their ability to pay for current expenses or the need to dip into their savings to do so.
The planning committee is currently on track to launch the plan in September 2020, with implementation and evaluation to follow in coming years.
The province has terminated David Sidoo’s membership to the Order of British Columbia.
Second-year social justice graduate student Savoy Williams says Campus Security didn’t let him into a campus building “based solely on race.”
Now, faculty face new tasks for fall term: either completely converting their courses to online formats, or figuring out how to conduct class while physically distanced.