Candidates Kuol Akuechbeny, Stuart Clarke, Chris Hakim, Jas Kullar and Spencer Latu met again at Friday’s Great Debate to discuss diversity, AMS employees’ right to unionize and their idea of a typical day as AMS president.
According to Chief Electoral Officer Halla Bertrand, the AMS Elections Committee noticed private email addressed being reached through Clubhouse yesterday after receiving a complaint from a club executive.
Stuart Clarke, an AMS presidential and senator-at-large hopeful, has been placed in the penalty box again.
Occasionally splintered along a divide between current executives and newcomers, the five AMS presidential candidates largely shared similar policy responses in their first showdown.
Finance Minister Carole James announced today that the BC government will eliminate all interest on provincial student loans, effective immediately. The decision follows the lead from Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia.
A presidential hopeful has already been put in the penalty box barely minutes after his candidacy was announced.
Instead of getting ghosted after a few messages or trying to have a conversation with people who don’t like trains, it can be a healthy experience to learn how to enjoy being on your own sometimes.
The campus was originally open for classes as announced at 6:20 a.m on the school’s website.
Pinto is ineligible to participate in any capacity with sports signatory to the Canadian Anti-Doping Program, including training with UBC teammates.
“There needs to be a dialogue that takes place between all of the stakeholders and especially the communities because ultimately, communities understand what the needs are,” Staples said.
In today’s decision, the tribunal denied the university’s application to dismiss the complaint from Stephanie Hale, a former UBCO student who alleged that she was sexually assaulted by another student in January 2013 and that the university subsequently mishandled her report.
Newly appointed VP External Robin Ciceri is currently resident of the Research Universities’ Council of British Columbia, where she coordinates efforts between the province’s largest schools.
At this morning’s meeting, Council voted to support expanding the Broadway subway line — which is already funded to Arbutus — all the way to campus. The vote comes a week after Translink reported that a Skytrain expansion to UBC is the most sustainable, albeit the most expensive long term solution to congestion on the Broadway corridor.
Over 70 student unions signed an open letter today that urges the Doug Ford government to reverse the Student Choice Initiative “until proper consultation is done.”
The inclusion of Indigenous knowledge and perspective became a singular focus for Archibald over her 45-year career: in her teacher education assignments, in her development of K-12 curriculum and in her research and work at UBC.