At Friday’s VP finance debate, candidates agreed on pursuing financial accountability and student engagement, with division on how they would implement their plans.
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President Eshana Bhangu gave an update on a March divestment motion and an increase in mental health coverage.
The fledgling indie band from Vancouver, SUGARFUNGUS, very much lives up to its nerdy namesake: a little sweet, a little funky, and a whole lot of fun.
Andrew Parr, the associate vice president of Student Housing and Community Services (SCHS), explained the closure was due to the high cost to operate Fooood, which he believes was not the most effective use of resources.
Students and members of the Iranian community gathered at the Martha Piper Plaza to mourn the passing of Mahsa Amini and share in the sadness of Iranians around the world.
UBC Homecoming is making a comeback on Friday, September 23 for the first fully in-person celebration since 2019.
In his presentation, Dr. Paul Kershaw critiqued how the unaffordability crisis is framed in current discourse about housing.
The UBC Vancouver Senate met for its first meeting with an in-person component since the start of the pandemic to discuss an agreement for the UBC’s Faculty of Education and to say goodbye to President Santa Ono.
In the latest Love Nest, Shanai Tanwar explores sex toys, self-intimacy and the (not-so) secret sex shop on campus.
I remember being thirteen, having my first crush, and finding this one song on Youtube that perfectly described how my paper mache teenage heart felt.
Research assistants and student academic workers at UBC are trying to unionize following years of complaints around pay inequity, bullying and harassment from supervisors and unrealistic work expectations.
For the past year, while passing UBC’s Belkin Art Gallery — found just off the bustle at the top of Main Mall — on a sunny day, UBC students have been seeing words in the light of its high windows.
Candidates for AMS VP finance questioned each other on platform points and qualifications at the first of two by-election debates Tuesday night.
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In January 2022, the AMS announced it would expand mental health coverage in the AMS/GSS Health & Dental from $1,000 to $1,500, backdated to September 2021. But, on August 31, the student society quietly let the extra $500 in coverage expire.