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The BC government has now made naloxone kits available for free at pharmacies across the province, following $2 million in additional annual funding to its “Take Home Naloxone” program and a partnership with London Drugs.
She will replace Linda McKnight, who has been serving as the interim VP Human Resources since the retirement of former VP Human Resources Lisa Castle on December 6, 2017.
When Trump chose to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, protests against his decision reverberated globally. UBC students and the Vancouver Palestinian diaspora marched through downtown Vancouver last weekend, bringing demonstrations closer to home.
TEDxUBC is an independently organized, student-centered conference, that provides a platform for students to share their stories and achievements, and celebrates the pursuit of knowledge.
Alessandra Naccarato is making money moves. The Toronto native and UBC alum recently won the CBC poetry prize, along with which came $6,000, and a ten-day residency at the Banff Center for Arts and Creativity.
With their win at the University of Washington, the co-ed team and the women’s team headed back to Vancouver as the top team divisionally, which guaranteed them a spot in regionals.
The NDP provincial government has approved three new appointments and three reappointments to UBC’s Board of Governors (BoG), in order to fill the upcoming gap of six members whose terms expire on December 31, 2017.
Pizza — one of college life’s laziest and greatest last resorts, second only to ramen. Its place in our daily life is so omnipresent that it was ultimately inevitable that some pretentious culture writer would take the time out of his week to overthink how important it is.
“Let’s be real: the holidays are an empty pocket of time that has become associated of love, family and joy. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case.”
You’ve probably made a whole bunch of friends in the past four months, but now it’s time to return to those friends who were there for you in the midst of your awkward pre-pubescent adolescence: your high school friends.
We asked five Thunderbirds to share their plans for the winter break.
With the year drawing to a close and final exams approaching, the UBC Symphony Orchestra held their second performance of the season on the evening of December 2.
On December 6, 2016 UBC experienced a snowfall that caused students to “lose their shit” and yesterday, nearly a year later to the day, students lost their shit for a whole new mystical weather issue — fog.
“Mental health among university students represents an important and growing public health concern. Unfortunately, the issue of mental health among university students has received scant attention from academics.”