When the committee was formed, the intention was for it to present its results to Council in September of this year. However, AMS President Cole Evans told council on August 4th it had yet to meet.
Arreza proceeded to leave the premises because she felt uncomfortable, but she said that the man continued to demean her friends with racial stereotypes.
On Monday, the temperature at UBC hit 36.6°C and yesterday, a new Canadian temperature record was set in Lytton, BC — for the third day in a row.
Published on June 11, the video, “Sorority Girls Share Their Juiciest Greek Life Secrets | Unplugged,” has since been removed from both Instagram and YouTube, with ThePlug citing harassment as the reason for taking it down.
The positions of manager, assistant manager and some other staff positions were unfilled at the AMS Sexual Assault Support Center for much of the winter.
The exec was under investigation for a potential conflict of interest stemming from his role as president of ThePlug Vancouver.
According to TransLink, 97 per cent of riders don’t use the affected stops — but the bus stop balancing program has raised concerns about accessibility.
He was referred for review in November for using his AMS email account to send emails to the AMS Events manager for matters related to Nanayakkara’s event company, ThePlug Vancouver.
Every year, UBC releases an annual enrolment report detailing overall student numbers, admissions statistics, Indigenous student enrolment and more.
AMS Council met last night to discuss the official results of last week’s AMS elections, UBC’s return to in-person classes and the creation of an AMS housing service.
Currently the associate VP external, Saad Shoaib ran uncontested the for seat.
Saad Shoaib, a third-year arts student, is running uncontested for AMS VP external on a platform of student affordability and AMS transparency.
Saad Shoiab answered questions on Hong Kong, Indigenous students, international students and his fraternity membership at the Great Debate on Saturday.
While Saad Shoaib detailed which groups he’d lobby with, he separated himself from ThePlug Vancouver.
Students approved these funds for specific purposes years ago. The AMS says they’re underspent and could pay off its $720-thousand deficit.