For some teams, especially those who perhaps fly more-so under the radar with less head-to-heads here at UBC, it was a truly successful start to the year. For others, it was perhaps a term to put well in the past.
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Instead of Portland trying hard to live up to expectations, I found a city trying exactly hard enough to be itself.
Though it may seem that the tangible parts of our cultures are the ones most threatened by natural disasters like earthquakes, our intangible heritage deserves the same protection in our current cultural climate.
Oh my god, where did the break go? The last thing you remember is watching holiday movies on loop... You must have passed out from all of the cheer, because suddenly it's the end of December.
“How long will [the products] last on the shelf? Do they need to be refrigerated? Do they need to be stored at a certain temperature? Those kinds of issues are really all quite new.”
With less than five months left, here’s where your elected representatives stand on accomplishing their goals.
Another of Hamid’s executive goals was to create a centralized space for feedback on AMS services — but nothing has materialized so far.
Halfway through her term, AMS VP External (VPX) Cristina Ilnitchi has made progress on her promises — though some will not hit their full stride till the second term.
Midway through his term, AMS VP Finance Kuol Akuechbeny says he’s taking a “so far, so good” view on the progress towards his executive goals.
Holmes is one of the AMS’s most visible, ambitious and productive executives.
From clubs and constituencies to sustainability to mental health, Hakim came into the year with big hopes.
Following more than a month of voting, the current First-Past-The-Post (FPTP) system has beat out the Proportional Representation (PR) system by a wide margin of 61.3 per cent to 38.7 per cent.
“That is why open is really exciting because it’s not just the expert who is writing, it’s everybody who is writing and who has a voice.”
Just remember: If he’s excited and movin’, an Ono is proven. If he’s bearded and jolly, it’s Claus oh my golly!
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