As the AMS owns and operates several of its own businesses, the Advisory Board was created to advise the Council on long-term planning in the business side of the organization.
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Maybe you’re a first-year student who’s starting to realize that this newfound freedom has led to you discovering your eternal love for different kinds of unhealthy food — especially pizza — and now those nice pants you got when shopping for college feel a tad tight.
The initiative will aim to increase the hiring of professors and teaching faculty, as well as address the financial needs of graduate students, many of whom straddle the poverty line.
You would think UBC Board of Governors would be interested in maintaining transparency and accountability, following years of criticism around bad governance.
The controversy follows friction between Adshade and fraternities after she alleged in a tweet that six female students had been hospitalized after being drugged at fraternities.
“It’s just such an emotional burden that it’s placed on you as someone with an invisible disability because you can’t outwardly show how you’re suffering.”
Public transportation accounts for more than half of all trips to and from UBC. With busses running less frequently, student commuters are struggling to plan their trips to campus.
Unifor rejected the offer, asking for higher wages. But CMBC claims their proposal is more competitive than that of most public sector employees.
The hardest part was probably the nerves and loneliness that inevitably comes with long-term, solo travel.
Is your Little Black Dress just little because your mom bought it for you when you were 15 and that was the last time you went shopping?
The current mathematics building and the mathematics annex were built in 1925 as semi-permanent structures.
CUPE 7000 represents around 900 SkyTrain workers who have been working without a contract since August 2019.
The hour-long video was played on loop in the square outside the Nest from 2 to 7 p.m. Planned a month in advance, EHK scheduled the showing to coincide with the Hong Kong Police’s storming of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) that started on Monday.
Allard made the donation under the condition that he get naming rights for the then-faculty of law, the Allard Hall building and all “degree certificates” granted by the faculty.
After repeated construction setbacks and a theft that resulted in the loss of $7,300 worth of audio equipment, the UBC Film Society, UBC Improv and the AMS have teamed up to welcome students and faculty back to the theatre.