Eby — the MLA for the Vancouver-Point Grey electoral district which includes UBC — announced his candidacy at an event in Kitsilano Tuesday evening.
Student Health Services hired a primary care provider with extra training in gender-affirming care in late 2021. But half a year later, Trans students say knowledge about this provider is still limited, and that the AMS/GSS Health and Dental Plan could do more to improve financial access to gender-affirming services.
The University of Michigan Board of Regents unanimously approved Ono’s appointment as the university’s 15th president during a meeting at 1 p.m. Eastern time Wednesday. He was the sole finalist from a six month search.
Agustín Beltrán was cycling in downtown Vancouver when the accident occurred, Dr. Patrick Francois, director of the VSE, said in a statement posted Thursday afternoon.
The AMS has released a statement expressing solidarity with Palestinian students and condemning the Israeli State for its “system of apartheid and its occupation of Palestine.”
Dr. John Gilbert, chair of the Senate Tributes Committee, announced the recommendation of the degree’s rescission in a statement posted on the UBC News website earlier this evening, nearly a year after the matter emerged.
The UBC Human Rights Collective (HRC) and the UBC chapter of Scholars at Risk (SAR) are calling for students to support an imprisoned scholar as Iran moves to execute him.
At last night’s AMS Council meeting, the new execs and councillors met for the first time in person to fill committee vacancies and waive a presentation of the 2022/23 preliminary budget.
Following the AMS’s deconstitution of fraternities in 2019, a preliminary assessment in early 2020 found UBC Sororities to be in violation of AMS policy. A full review was put aside due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but began again this year following The Ubyssey’s coverage of the delay.
Erin Co is your next VP external.
Sanchay Jain, first-year Sauder student, is running for VP external to improve equality on campus.
Erin Co, third-year international economics student, is running for VP external to help students stay “focused on being a student.”
James Cabagnon, a fourth-year political science student, is running for VP external to continue the work he started as associate VP (AVP) external this year.
At the Great Debate, VP external candidates questioned each other on their experience and insider status.
Cabagnon and Co brought up specific lobbying points more often, showing differences in their priorities, while Jain was unable to present many specific plans.