Halfway through the year, AMS VP academic and university affairs Eshana Bhangu has made progress on most of her goals — but some of the outcome of her advocacy has yet to be seen.
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When Lauren Benson campaigned to become the next VP administration, she pledged to improve what she saw as one of the most criticized problem areas of the AMS — poor communication.
Midway through his term, Evans has seen successes in areas such as COVID-19 advocacy and the AMS strategic plan — while a great deal of work remains to be finished.
Though she remains committed to some of these goals, Gan has had to restructure her priorities as she has sunk into her role as VP finance.
His work is largely composed of lobbying municipal, provincial and federal governments, which means that much of his first seven months in office has been spent organizing lobbying efforts for next term.
Currently, the only testing on campus is for asymptomatic people — one in IKB that is operating as a clinical study and one operated by UBC for those who are unvaccinated.
As a result of the funding, Sprouts is able to offer 30 free meals a day at its cafe in the Life Building as well as some free subscriptions to its bulk produce buying initiative.
There are nearly 40 open positions, the majority of which are for kitchen staff.
Many of the candidates shared the similar positions regarding environmental sustainability, land use planning, financial management and community engagement, but some disagreed regarding safety and security.
This past week was Transgender Awareness Week leading up to today’s Transgender Day of Remembrance. The Ubyssey talked to UBC community members about the significance of this week and day.
The UBC Environmental Policy Association hosted an online webinar on Wednesday afternoon to debrief COP26 featuring two delegates from UBC who attended the conference in Glasgow.
The motion gives faculties the responsibility to deregister students who are non-compliant with campus COVID-19 policies where there are no online options available for courses.
The BCCDC reported a zero per cent testing positivity rate, suggesting that the specific rate is less than one.
This year’s budget submission calls for better financial aid and mental health support, 20 months after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Controversy over Hydayatullah’s program status as well as his past Reddit posts erupted on the UBC subreddit and he has since resigned.