After initial setbacks due to the pandemic, UBC officially introduced the 2021-2026 Student Strategic Plan (SSP) last month.
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A group of UBC students cried "shame on UBC" as they flooded the Board of Governors meeting on Monday afternoon to protest tuition increases.
All three student representatives, as well as faculty governor Marianne Legault and provincially appointed governors Anthonia Ogundele and Alison Brewin opposed the increase.
Before this appointment, Averill served as the provost and vice-president academic pro tem by a recommendation by an ad-hoc committee that met in fall 2021.
The Engineering Undergraduate Society and Faculty of Applied Science held their annual memorial service in the Engineering Student Centre, honouring and remembering the fourteen women lost.
Five UBC faculty members are vying for two positions in the upcoming triennial elections for a term ending in 2026.
Former UBC staff member Ian Linkletter presented his appeal of a judge’s decision to dismiss almost all of his anti-SLAPP application against Proctorio to the BC Court of Appeals on Friday, December 2.
UBC students organized a candlelight vigil and rally in front of the Nest on the evening of December 1 for victims of a recent apartment fire in Urumqi in Xinjiang, China.
Led by SFU and UBC, a panel of COP27 delegates spoke in front of a diverse audience of students, faculty and climate enthusiasts about the implications of COP27.
Student governor Max Holmes was the only member of the Finance Committee to vote against the proposal.
Community members rallied in the snow to advocate for liberty in Iran on campus yesterday.
UBC announced the cancellations of all in-person, on-campus classes in an advisory posted at 6 a.m. on Wednesday morning.
Its second location will open in one of two locations previously used by the affordable meal resource Fooood, which did not re-open for the 2022 academic year due to high operational costs.
The re-opening of the Food Hub Market, located in the Centre for Interactive Sustainability, may serve as a welcome relief for many students.
The UNA, the representative organization of the campus’ residential neighbourhoods, released a newsletter on November 10 containing feedback for the new project and a perceived insufficiency of the plan’s sustainability measures.