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The fire response committee told students to come back to Vancouver after the break and wait a week or two until the fire got a little less hot.
If there’s one thing to be said about The Princess Switch 3, it’s that Hudgens seems to be having the time of her life playing Fiona.
As we grow up, we learn about the small world and its ways, built by the people around us. I wanted to see beyond that world.
The Ubyssey, in collaboration with AMS Elections, releases the elections timeline for candidates every year in January. This year, the elections timeline looks like this:
The games will proceed to follow the schedule with the exception of having 50 per cent capacity in each game.
The site, which distributes rapid tests, closed because of a staffing issue, Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) wrote on its Instagram account earlier today.
Students who do not declare their vaccination status by January 24 will be subject to an academic hold in which they cannot receive marks or apply for programs such as Go Global.
In a UBC Broadcast posted earlier this morning, President Santa Ono told students they should plan to be on campus in early February.
Why is cultural appropriation so hard for folks to understand?
The UBC community health area has begun 2022 by recording its highest rate of COVID-19 test positivity since the BCCDC began releasing this data.
So what exactly is changing? Here’s a brief picture of what campus will look like for the next four weeks.
On Wednesday evening, AMS Council met for the first time in 2022, returning to a virtual format amid the spread of the Omicron variant.
While it's obvious that the play was made with a lot of heart, the performance just wasn't enough for me.
Due to changing public health advice, UBC is no longer providing PCR tests to individuals who test positive through the rapid testing program.