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Starting at a new school is scary, but it’s also thrilling. It’s a big deal! Whether you live down the street from campus or are moving halfway across the world — this is a new chapter of your life and we’re so happy to have you here.
In the latest for Black Voices at UBC, Stephanie Okoli shares the third chapter of The Servicewoman.
In the latest for Black Voices at UBC, Stephanie Okoli shares the second chapter of The Servicewoman.
I joined the Divestment Coalition as a representative of the Independent Jewish Voices (IJV) Vancouver Youth Bloc. Working alongside more than 20 organizations and student groups, I had the opportunity to share my perspective as a member of the anti-Zionist Jewish community and speak to the multiplicity of Jewish voices that oppose the Israeli state’s system of apartheid and occupation of Palestine.
Every day SASC chooses not to engage with Jewish and Israeli lived experiences and trauma caused by the conflict is another day Jewish survivors of sexualized violence like myself must ask whether our trauma and survival will be treated with the same dignity and respect as our peers.
UBC’s department of geography and department of earth, ocean and atmospheric sciences has launched a Certificate in Climate Studies and Action for the 2022/23 academic year.
Daphnée says goodbye to Mind Your Mind after seven years of penning the column.
In the latest for Mind your mind, Daphnée Lévesque talks about her favourite uplifting videos.
My life is connected to those of every Indigenous woman, girl and Two Spirit person because of the violence we face daily. You may know what MMIWG2S is, but you probably don’t understand its reality.
Today, I’m going to share my favourite mental health related Instagram accounts. When I follow accounts that focus on mental health, self-care and therapy, it makes me feel better about my struggles and the fact I am not alone.
Since its creation, hip-hop has always been an outlet for Black exploration. Hip-hop is slowly dying and we are watching it unfold right before our eyes.
The Earth has done so much to support us, and the steps we take to care for our planet can also help us grow more connected with our community. Here are some sustainability and climate justice efforts you can take part in at UBC this summer.
I’m back home this summer, but home doesn’t feel like home. Any advice on how to deal with that feeling?
Unwreck the Beach is The Ubyssey's new sustainability column written by UBC students, for UBC students.