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The Senate meets monthly to discuss and vote on UBC academic matters. But, Senate can often be hard to understand for the average student and the agenda docket can be super long and dull to read. Here’s what to expect at the January 18 Senate meeting.
The UBC Vancouver Senate met for the first time in 2023 Wednesday night to vote on amended requirements for unclassified students and hear a presentation on the university’s 2021/22 research achievements.
Over a thousand people from the UBC community and beyond celebrated the Year of the Rabbit at the UBC Botanical Garden’s first-ever Lunar New Year Market last weekend.
Community organizers and artists are developing supportive spaces in the city for Black Vancouver to connect and create – a difficult task to take on, given the huge deficit of BIPOC representation in the arts scene resulting from Vancouver’s racist history.
Everyone loves an underdog story, and the women's basketball team is creating one for UBC.
During the 2022 portion of my term as president of The Ubyssey’s Board of Directors, the Board has undertaken and completed several projects. Here are five things we accomplished in 2022:
After the first semester, it seemed that I was late for everything. But after the storm passed and I watched Stranger Things, I decided to take a page out of Vecna's book.
CUPE 2278 President Emily Cadger said the campaign saw a slowdown over the break as students’ attention turned towards exams but expects energy to return following organizer meetings held at the start of the semester.
After another year back in-person at UBC, the university has decided to mandate professors to hold parent-teacher interviews at the end of the term. Here are some things your professor might bring up to your parents.
I’ve recently found somebody who is willing to deal with my insanity all the time — voluntarily (I have a boyfriend)! So, now that I have field experience with showing him around campus, I knew I had to list some verified PDA-hotspots for you love birds to nest in too.
Due to snowy conditions towards the end of the final examination period last term, UBC canceled and rescheduled December 20 exams to the beginning of term two.
There are countless sayings about home because it is central to our lives and who we are. It can be a literal abode, a person or even a feeling. Here is how three UBC students define home.
A month into 2023 and it feels like it has been a year already! To celebrate the upcoming year of laugh and love, and mourn the past year of whatever the opposite of laughs and love is, Ubyssey blog put together a list of our ins and outs for the year.
The newest exhibition at UBC’s Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, The Willful Plot, invites visitors to take a closer look at gardens and how we relate to them.