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In the words of founder and UBC grad Rob Morton, “the Calendar is a mirror that reflects everything awesome that is going on at UBC back at its students.”
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Fourth-year UBC student Luke Wallace is using music and film to raise awareness about the conservation of British Columbia’s coastlines.
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