Former UBC staff member Ian Linkletter presented his appeal of a judge’s decision to dismiss almost all of his anti-SLAPP application against Proctorio to the BC Court of Appeals on Friday, December 2.
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UBC students organized a candlelight vigil and rally in front of the Nest on the evening of December 1 for victims of a recent apartment fire in Urumqi in Xinjiang, China.
Led by SFU and UBC, a panel of COP27 delegates spoke in front of a diverse audience of students, faculty and climate enthusiasts about the implications of COP27.
Student governor Max Holmes was the only member of the Finance Committee to vote against the proposal.
Community members rallied in the snow to advocate for liberty in Iran on campus yesterday.
UBC announced the cancellations of all in-person, on-campus classes in an advisory posted at 6 a.m. on Wednesday morning.
Its second location will open in one of two locations previously used by the affordable meal resource Fooood, which did not re-open for the 2022 academic year due to high operational costs.
The re-opening of the Food Hub Market, located in the Centre for Interactive Sustainability, may serve as a welcome relief for many students.
The UNA, the representative organization of the campus’ residential neighbourhoods, released a newsletter on November 10 containing feedback for the new project and a perceived insufficiency of the plan’s sustainability measures.
Lynda Li, a fourth year kinesiology student at UBC, received the Thomas Clarkson Award at the 2022 Global Undergraduate Award summit in Dublin, Ireland.
AMS VP External Erin Co, who advocates to all levels of government on UBC issues, said her team will continue to lobby on housing affordability and transit, pushing the new government to fulfill their promises on those issues.
Last night, AMS councillors met for the last time in 2022 for two back-to-back Council meetings. AMS code requires Council to meet twice a month, but an informal poll of councillors found that not enough would be able to attend a potential meeting next week.
Twenty-five make-up ceremonies were held across both campuses this month, along with eight ceremonies over the next week for 2022 fall graduates. After the virtual ceremonies held throughout the pandemic, grads were happy to be back on campus celebrating.
You likely won’t be charged extra when using a credit card at businesses at UBC despite the new national surcharge.
Your AMS executives are halfway through their terms. The Ubyssey spoke to all five about what progress they have made on their goals and what they intend to accomplish through the rest of the academic year.