As a result of physical distancing restrictions and the lack of a regular close-knit social environment, performing arts groups have faced obstacles while transitioning to online activities.
Three individual stories of migrants at UBC and how they have preserved parts of their national identity, despite being oceans away from home.
Newcomers Shivani Mehta and Georgia Yee have won Senate seats alongside current senators Dante Agosti-Moro, Eshana Bhangu and Julia Burnham.
Some companies involved in the list of investments are active in the oil, petroleum, gas, mining and weapons industries, raising concerns among student groups.
The fourth-year political science student, current senator-at-large and AMS president listed nine key areas of his platform, including intentions to seek re-appointment as chair of the Senate Academic Building Needs Committee.
Agosti-Moro said experience sets his platform apart from the opposition — he’s been on Senate for two years and is co-chair of the Student Senate Caucus.
In their final debate, ten candidates for five student senator-at-large positions again found consensus on almost every issue, but the knowledge gap between Senate insiders and outsiders became more apparent.
In the first AMS debate, ten candidates for five senator-at-large positions found consensus on issues of transparency, but newcomers slipped up occasionally on policy.
AMS VP Administration Sylvester Mensah Jr has found ways to shift student engagement online, but COVID-19 has caused some roadblocks.
Incumbent and NDP candidate David Eby is seeking re-election in Vancouver-Point Grey with a focus on strengthening student voices, childcare and ensuring money in real estate markets is coming from legitimate sources.
AMS Council met for its first virtual meeting of the semester last night. Here’s what you missed.
During these two days, professors, staff and students paused their administrative duties to draw attention to the global efforts to end racism and injustice — engaging in teach-ins about racial inequity and violence.
The IFC said it recognizes the importance of prioritizing the health and safety of the community over the annual fall rush parties and events that usually occur.
As the federal government continues to inform Canadians of their response to COVID-19, the collective hosted a teach-in series centring on the need for an intersectional approach to data collection.
A large majority of respondents said they are planning on registering for classes this coming term, but the top reason for 80 per cent of them centered on the need to graduate on time.