The student, a 24-year-old woman and Canadian permanent resident, worries that this case is symptomatic of increased anti-Asian racism in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Delta Kappa Epsilon and the Interfraternity Council denounced the post following the member’s removal.
UBC has been served a lawsuit for its cancellation of far-right speaker Andy Ngo’s event at UBC Robson Square, originally scheduled for January 29, 2020.
Wednesday night’s Senate special meeting centred around the release of the triennial review report, among smaller discussions of a new School of Creative Writing and software-related course code changes.
Councillors passed simple consent agenda budget changes, while also discussing student services priorities and sustainability priorities for the year, along with a continuation of the University Neighbourhood Association (UNA) saga.
Sidoo paid US$200,000 to have an accomplice take the SAT in place of his sons in 2011 and 2012.
And what the assignment, asking students to pitch the Queen of Spain as Christopher Columbus, says about ethics instruction at the faculty.
A student group says the Canada Student Service Grant excludes key demographics and that it will be difficult for students to obtain the full grant amount.
A tribunal has ordered the AMS to pay a contractor $4,631.44 after an invoice dispute.
A UBCO student filed a lawsuit against the RCMP in March 2020 after a wellness check became violent, surveillance footage reveals.
The contributions that Michael Rose, Tourmaline founder, president and CEO, has made to fund Tourmaline Stadium and Rose Indoor Training Centre was part of his $26 million donation to handful of Canadian schools and sports programs.
The June 20 email from BoG Vice-Chair Sandra Cawley said that Korenberg’s resignation is effective immediately. Cawley will be assuming the role as interim chair.
In light of the university’s recent messaging committing to anti-racism, the chair’s liked tweets contained posts from multiple Republican figures, with tweets supporting United States President Donald Trump and disparaging anti-fascist and Black Lives Matter protests.
With his term beginning July 1, Point succeeds Lindsay Gordon whose six-year term just came to a close.
Academic freedom was the focus of June’s Board of Governors meeting held virtually on Zoom.