Piper, who previously served as president from 1997-2006, is upbeat and likable — exactly what UBC needs as it tries to weather the current storm.
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In the scandal that has engulfed UBC since university president Gupta resigned several weeks ago, Ghoussoub has made his frustration very public.
Today, Arvind Gupta announced he is stepping down from his role as UBC president. This timeline shows some of the major events during his time in office.
As UBC president Arvind Gupta nears the end of his first year in office, we sat down with him for an interview.
Catherine Dauvergne is currently a professor of immigration law at UBC’s Allard School of Law, and, in July, will be taking over the role of dean.
Barring any new setbacks, the new SUB, formally named the AMS Student Nest, will be opening before summer is upon us.
For Al-Hassan Al Shaibani, receiving his degree will signify the end of both five years of academics and intense involvement with the campus community.
Zarzycki and his crew feel that they’ve honed their skills enough to make a go of becoming Canada’s Onion.
Earlier in the month, Tim Dixon passed away suddenly in his room at Fairview Crescent. He was twenty years old.
Speakeasy is the AMS’ most storied student service, and Kyra Borland-Walker is currently at the helm of the ship.
On March 11, Sauder student Lauren Wilmot passed away after a battle with cancer. This is her story.
Although you may not recognize him by name, if you’ve ever stepped foot on any of UBC’s three campuses, you’ve taken in the art of Gerry McGeough.
Aaron Bailey is a singer-songwriter, is studying the science of beer and winemaking, lost two teeth by jumping off a bridge and is UBC’s next AMS president.
Carole Jolly and her team are dedicated to "developing a community where people can live, work, learn and play all in one spot."
Computer science student Peter Deltchev is an integral member of Canadian brony fandom, and attributes many of the successes in his life to his involvement.