On August 24, anti-SOGI speaker Jenn Smith posted on Facebook about potentially attending UBC Pride — which is located in the same area as a talk he hosted in June — and needing “some big guys to escort” him.
For him and other residents who are deaf or hard of hearing, there are less thought-about roadblocks that can make navigating student housing challenging despite UBC improving how it accommodates students with disabilities. And in many ways, some challenges may not be easily fixed by the kind of top-down policy update the university recently approved.
Announced in a statement today, the Vancouver Pride Society (VPS) has revoked the university’s presence at the annual parade due to UBC’s “decision to provide a platform for transphobic hate speech.”
Three of about a dozen stakes that surround the pole were removed from the ground and forcibly inserted into the pole.
MC was a UBC creative writing student who accused former UBC creative writing Chair Steven Galloway of sexually assaulting her.
The federal budget will reduce floating student loan interest from prime plus 2.5 percent to just the prime rate. The fixed interest rate will be decreased from prime plus five per cent to prime plus two per cent.
The current AMS VP Administration won the top job in the AMS executive body. He also won a senator-at-large seat.
This morning, a white nationalist gunman opened fire on two mosques in Christchurch, killing 49 and injuring 20 people who were attending Friday’s prayers. It was one of the worst mass shootings in New Zealand’s history.
But Kullar didn’t follow these penalties until late afternoon on March 11, following a phone call at around 5:50 p.m. with Elections Administrator Halla Bertrand.
Sidoo is one of the founding members of the 13th Man Foundation, which has poured millions into UBC’s football team since 2014.
Presidential candidate Jas Kullar received three back-to-back-to-back penalties from the Elections Committee this evening for using unapproved campaigning methods and materials.
The fourth-year history student is running on an ambitious platform of economic, climate and social justice, as well as support for mental and sexual wellbeing. With goals that look beyond campus, Latu aims to achieve them by fostering direct democracy at the AMS.
The fourth-year integrated science student and executive director of Kite Vancouver is running on a platform of restructuring the society’s executive team and rebranding AMS services.
The second-year science student is running on a platform mainly composed of improving mental and sexual wellness, sustainability and Indigenous inclusion through education.
Pulling from his experience as AMS VP Administration, the third-year arts student wants to improve policies and initiatives around sexual assault support, affordability, Indigenous inclusion and sustainability.