Abubakar Khan, a third-year sociology student, is taking some time off school to run for one of ten Vancouver City Council spots and help residents “feel less lonely.”
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Taq Bhandal, a UBC PhD candidate at the Social Justice Institute, is making a bid for one of ten spots on the Vancouver City Council in the October election.
This Thursday and Friday, Democrats Abroad will be boothing in The Nest from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. , in order to walk American students through the process of registering to vote.
The themes and threads of this striking exhibit may at first glance seems disparate and even contradictory, but when looked into a little deeper it is clear that all the artworks are woven together, as tight as a rug.
At the beginning of this year, the AMS saw food outlets Pie R Squared, Ph T and the Pit performing 7.2 per cent, 27.6 per cent and 46.5 per cent worse than budgeted, respectively.
SGaawaay K'uuna, The Edge of the Knife is celebrated for being the first feature film in the Haida language’s two dialects, as well as for having achieved the Haida’s community planning objectives.
The performers hit on all the hot millennial topics: Tinder, seasonal/year round depression and being broke, before laughing it all off.
Here’s what you need to know about the latest disease to make a completely avoidable 2018 comeback.
Leading up to the City of Vancouver’s mayoral elections on October 20, UBC Debate Society, the AMS and the GSS will be hosting a candidate debate on Thursday, September 20 at the Asian Centre.
With some star recruits and experienced veterans on their side, both teams are opening a new chapter with lots on the line. Here are a few players who will play big roles this season for both teams.
Epic wins, heartbreaking last-minute defeats and renowned rivalries were all on the books for the ’Birds.
You can try scrolling down to when the page was first created in the hope of finding something different, but you are only going to be disappointed.
Sure, screaming on University Blvd might entice some concerned passers-by, but even then, they'll probably stay just long enough to determine if you are okay before speed walking away.
At the most critical time of the year, post-secondary institutions across Canada are ramping up their efforts to raise awareness of and prevent sexual assault on campuses.
The April opening of the Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre (IRSHDC) was presented as an act of reconciliation on a scale that UBC had never previously achieved. But over five months later, the Centre is short-staffed, its systems are incomplete and its building is effectively empty.