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“Everyone bikes, and I do mean everyone. People on their way to work, women in heels, parents fixing adjustable children seats onto their bikes to transport their toddlers to day-care.”
“It is using this experience that I address the issue of present AMS Elected Officials currently seeking further elected office in the present AMS Elections and the issue of ‘conflict of interest.’”
I feel that current candidates that have positions within the AMS, campaign and work during the day, and have access to policy information had an unfair advantage over the new candidates. As an outsider, I believe candidates who have positions within the AMS should not be in their positions for the election process.
"What goes on in the Senate chambers can often feel very overwhelming or dull to the average student, and the agenda docket posted before every Senate meeting can be long and tedious to read. Here’s what to expect at the April 19th Senate meeting"
“UBC claims its companies are not covered by FOI laws because they are ‘private and independent.‘ This trend is quietly and adroitly defeating the entire purpose of FOI.“
"There’s hundreds of valid reasons to say no to an outing, but then why does it always feel so hard when you’ve got the invite sitting in your notifications? In a word, FOMO. In four words, 'fear of missing out.'"
"The thing is, India doesn’t have one official language, it has two — that is, Hindi and English. Of course, these are just the languages that the federal government operates in because practically, there are 22 scheduled languages, 122 major languages and around 1,600 other languages."
"The time constraints that the AMS Elections Committee institute are almost designed to make you hate participating. No thoughts are fully expressed, no nuance is conveyed and all this tell us is that no thought is used to design the debates."
In this Last Words, Ubyssey editors discuss unsightly construction, the importance of going to class and a promising future for UBC football.
Shanee Prasad takes issue with a recent opinion piece on raising the minimum wage.
Firstly I would like to clarify that The Ubyssey did not state that an increase was a bad idea, it only questioned whether an increase of $4.75 is too drastic.
In this Last Words, Ubyssey editors discuss UBC's progress — or lack thereof — in minimizing animal testing, empty rooms in rez and U-Pass and SSC troubles.