While the section is still incomplete half a year later, both sides say they now have a better relationship.
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This morning, Professors Gerald Baier, Richard Johnston, Allan Tupper and Kathryn Harrison debated the trajectory of BC political parties in a panel moderated by Heidi Tworek.
During the course of their hour-long performance, they charmed and delighted while bringing some much-needed warmth and witty political commentary.
She has stayed inside with her windows shut and 25 air purifiers “absolutely blasting” for 38 days straight.
CampusBase replaced the defunct Clubhouse system which many clubs criticized for its difficulty of use.
The trio has recently sent out an open invitation to faculty, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students to create the working group.
AMS President Cole Evans confirmed there was a “small celebration” for an AMS staff member today with 9 individuals in the offices.
NDP candidate David Eby has taken Vancouver-Point Grey for a third term, beating out Green candidate Devyani Singh and BC Liberal candidate Mark Bowen.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a spike in popularity for BC’s outdoor recreation scene, but the increased level of human activity may be affecting wildlife.
Back in April, AMS Food Bank coordinator Cali Schnarr said that while the food bank usually saw 18.5 clients on average per day, the number had increased to 20 to 25 clients per day.
According to Jon Kabat-Zinn, “mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present, and nonjudgmentally.”
As Canadian universities undergo racial reckonings sparked by the Black Lives Matter movement, Black studies programs could provide spaces for resistance on campuses, Dr. Andrea A. Davis and Dr. Handel Wright said.
While the extent of this policy is unclear, it is not faculty wide.
Every September, our campus bustles with excited students waiting to see what the new academic year has in store for them. This year, UBC students experienced the first ever virtual AMS firstweek.
With this calendar, Trina Kushnerik aims to make science more accessible by transforming research into doable, daily actions.