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The International Service Learning (ISL) programs allow students to engage with community partners around the world as a part of their course work. Through the program, students have been able The Internatiudents to engagfrom in the South of Mexico.
If it felt like 2016 was actually longer than a normal year you would be totally right, even if it is only a second longer. Before you totally move onto 2017, here are The Ubyssey's top 10 most read science stories from 2016.
Also known as “Leading the Way Towards a Low-Carbon Future,” this one-time-only graduate course takes an interdisciplinary approach to exploring the effects of climate change and how to work towards lowering carbon emissions.
I am weary and wary of grand scientific agendas. Promises of curing neurodegenerative diseases, abating international poverty or engineering a completely disaster-proof building make me squirm with skepticism.
This year was a hectic one for the world and UBC was no exception. The university saw a quick end to a rookie president's tenure, followed by the election of a new one, bringing with him a cult of personality.
On December 6, the Board of Governors approved an amendment to UBC’s Policy 3 of “Discrimination and Harassment” to include gender identity and expression as explicitly protected grounds at the university policy level.
People are rejecting science, expertise and “elitism.” Science is to blame. It's hidden in its shell for far too long, and must now poke its head back into the scary, "post-truth" world and fight for its existence and importance.
This special girl-power edition of the T-Birds 5-on-5 aims to recognize the women that inspire those of us currently eating chips on the couch in addition to the teammates they train beside every day. Amidst all of the training they somehow find time
One of the goals of the Our Campus section is to offer exclusive insight into the lives of UBC’s hidden stars. From a cello-loving president to the chef hitting the refresh button, I’ve compiled a list of the top six Our Campus stories of 2016.
UBC has apologized for cancelling John Furlong's contract to speak in the wake of a letter of protest and community criticism of child abuse allegations made against Furlong. However, UBC will be standing firm in its decision.
The main problems were reportedly error-laden and poorly formatted questions. According to commenters on the subthread, these issues hindered students’ performance and the ability of the three teaching assistants’ (TA) ability to invigilate.
The Nest’s $66 million construction loan, once taken from UBC, will soon be financed by an external bank. This will reduce the interest rate from 5.75 per cent to 3.5 per cent and save students millions, said AMS President Ava Nasiri.
In case the freezing cold, the sidewalks so slippery that you take your life into your hands walking to get coffee and the general start of the semester have got you feeling a bit shitty, the AMS are bringing us Frost Fest 2017.
The Centre for Sustainable Food Systems has received $500,000 in funding from the Vancity enviroFund. Of the funding, $400,000 will be given over two years to support the building of a pilot processing plant where new entrepreneurs can test products.