According to new data just released by the BCCDC, the UBC neighbourhood saw eight cases of COVID-19 from December 7 to December 13.
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The website, an evolution from an initiative founded in 1997, offers students resources for food insecurity and preparing food across campus, among other essential services.
The AMS Archery Club owes the AMS $12,000 in property damage fees due to damages incurred on the Great Hall Skywall, requiring the wall panels to be replaced.
The shuttles will be free to ride and could launch as early as winter 2022.
The UBC neighbourhood saw 8 cases of COVID-19 between December 3 and 9, according to new data released by the BC Centre for Disease Control.
In a now-deleted post on the UBC subreddit, some other students complained about the lack of ventilation and crowdedness of the centre’s testing rooms.
Incoming arts students in September 2024 will be the first to take these new requirements, while returning students will have the option of either remaining with the old requirements or switching to the new ones.
UBC Okanagan’s new bachelor of sustainability degree will welcome its inaugural cohort in September 2022.
In a broadcast sent to the university community this morning, President Santa Ono wrote that an advisory committee will be considering Murphy’s reappointment.
On November 26, Uncle Fatih’s on University Blvd was forced to close after sprinklers went off in the building and soaked through the restaurant’s ceiling.
On December 7, the Board of Governors will vote on whether to endorse CAP 2030, a document that outlines UBC’s moves towards decarbonizing its campus.
The UBC neighbourhood saw an average of five daily cases per 100,000 residents from November 23 to November 29.
The MOU outlines UBC and the Tŝilhqot’in nation’s intent to work together in sustainability research efforts in a manner that respects Indigenous sovereignty.
The call for the audit appeared in the Senate's Research and Learning Scholarship Committee’s analysis of an external review of the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies (PWIAS) conducted in early 2020.
At its last meeting of the year, the UBC Board of Governors heard from public health experts on UBC’s COVID-19 safety amid the emerging Omicron variant, and endorsed the university’s Climate Action Plan 2030.