“What goes on in the Senate chambers can often feel very overwhelming or dull to the average student, and the dockets posted before every Senate meeting can be long and tedious to read. Here’s what to expect at the November 2018 Senate meeting.“
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It’s the end of the term and my grades are shitter than I thought they would be and I know my parents are going to be way less than thrilled at the marks I’m bringing home. What should I do?”
Mr. Reymann quotes from Nietzsche that those fighting the monster should take care not to become one. But he seems to have forgotten the rest of Nietzsche's lessons: Behind words lurk the struggles of politics.
I would like to take this opportunity to ask Martha Piper and the university administration a simple question: why is UBC still asking us for money?
Recent years have brought on a new kind of assault on civilized discourse by a group I have heard collectively termed as the “regressive left”: individuals — largely young adults 18-30 — so progressive they have become a threat to the liberal values that birthed them.
I’m not sure if he’s hinting at anything, but it's hard for me to distance myself from such a possibility these days. What should I do to get myself thinking and feeling logically again?
In the latest episode of UBC making their own rules and then breaking them, the university plans to build private housing on academic land.
"What should I expect for finals? It’s my first time and I’m nervous.”
COP 21 may be our last, best chance to prevent the most catastrophic effects of climate change and it’s about time UBC got excited.
Since it operates as a business, it is entirely understandable why the university would choose to silence survivors of sexual assault in the interest of preserving their brand, securing profit and attracting the support of stakeholders.
Here's what I have learned from my study of other international students on our Vancouver campus.
In a November 18 letter, student Mike Cameron took the AMS to task for our Afford UBC campaign, which he sees as a cynical PR move that the AMS supposedly knows will have no impact. Nothing could be further from the truth.
AMS, don’t waste our student fees any longer on a campaign that is too little, too late.
On the big screens in front of the dance floor of the Pit, there was a constant stream of pictures from a range of battles, one of which looked a lot like Passchendaele.
Professor of anthropology Charles Menzies took to Twitter to trash the Hotline Bling project put on by Dive Into UBC, The Calendar and the AMS.