The letter calling for a rent freeze has been co-signed by other student unions around the province, totalling representation of 230,000 students.
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Summer so far has been interesting — it hasn't looked like summer. First we didn't have much sun (but we had a heck of a lot of rain) and now it's just heat central. Can we embrace Hot Girl Summer in Vancouver if the weather hates us?
After a late start, summer is finally heating up — maybe too much, considering last week’s combination of a heat wave and a packed Pride weekend. Happily, Vancouver’s arts and culture calendar is heating up too.
Like the simps reading this article, I have attempted to get through the emotional limbo of being friends with your ex. But, I needed to see what you thought, so I went out into the wild seeking answers.
In the latest for Black Voices at UBC, Stephanie Okoli shares the third chapter of The Servicewoman.
Can you recall a single fictional story that you’ve read or watched that discusses the climate crisis without using it as a backdrop for the end of the world?
The university has not said why it will not attend this year’s parade — the first since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For a few summer nights earlier this month, a group of undergraduate students invited audience members to step away into a dark boundless corner of time-space and into the wanderings of their own minds.
The AMS launched its housing service last September to help students find off-campus housing following a survey which found it was a key area where students needed support.
In a 42-page factum, Linkletter's lawyers Catherine Boies Parker and Julia Riddler said Milman made three errors when he ruled that all but one part of Linkletter’s anti-SLAPP application should be dismissed under BC’s Protection of Public Participation Act.
Last night, AMS execs and councillors met with AMS-branded fans in hand to appoint an interim VP finance and approve several code changes.
The University Neighbourhood Association (UNA) is working to revive its newspaper, The Campus Resident, after it stopped production in January 2022 following the death of publisher John Tompkins.
Hot weather is no joke as prolonged exposure can cause heat exhaustion or heat stroke — the symptoms of which range from mild to severe and include extreme thirst, high body temperature, dizziness, lack of coordination, rash, cramps and rapid heart rate.
The result of this structure is a lack of representation and accountability, residents told The Ubyssey. Community members aren’t voting for who becomes their de facto mayor, and the community is also unable to enforce key bylaws that would improve the quality of life of those in the region.
Tucked in a corner of Granville Island, a literary reading and discussion event called Imaginarium took place on July 9 as part of Vancouver’s annual Indian Summer Festival.