Carrie Jenkins and Jonathan Ichikawa have become the targets of threatened litigation from prominent philosopher Brian Leiter over a recent blog post.
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Recent food safety inspections showed that while the majority of restaurants and cafes at UBC meet careful food safety standards, there have also been one shutdown and several violations in 2014.
UBC PhD candidate Stephanie Grothe and post-doctoral fellow Neil Charles Mackenzie were found dead on Monday, January 12, following an ice climbing accident.
UBC Scientist Francois Benard and a team of scientists from TRIUMF are shifting hospitals away from the dependence of aging and failing nuclear reactors towards using small car-sized cyclotrons.
According to UBC pharmacology professor Barbara Mintzes, companies will often advertise prescription drug products for results that are quite different from their intended uses.
A recent UBC study showshow a brief exposure to diesel exhaust can create significant alterations within a person’s DNA methylation.
UBC Access & Diversity is hosting Sexual Assault Awareness Month throughout the month of January.
Plans for a new bus loop in the construction-heavy Gage South area are now under review after a previously proposed underground layover has been cancelled.
UBC Student Housing has sent out an email to all Ponderosa Commons residents addressing their role in the new residence’s ongoing maintenance issues.
Researcher Haakon Nygaard is conducting a study to see if saracatinib, a drug formerly used to treat cancer, can be repurposed for Alzheimer's treatment.
UBC geography prof Simon Donner said that while global temperatures during individual years in the future may be better than others, the overall trend of rapid climate change is undeniable and cannot be ignored.
Results from the AMS' student academic experience survey this year show many students are feeling unsafe on UBC’s campus.
The AMS has revamped this year's Faculty Cup to include food trucks and a health and wellness fair.
Sauder and Coast Capital Savings are partnering for a joint social entrepreneurship program for students.
Law professor Nicole Barrett has recently come back from overseeing a trial of 21 former Chad government agents accused of mass murder and torture.