With experience from residence life, Yee has defeated Harresh Thayakaanthan, Zoe McDaniel and Reed Garvin in the VPAUA special election held after all candidates dropped out of the original race.
Art is defining student activist movements in a world that’s increasingly moving to social media. The visual side of activism has evolved to encompass new forms with students embracing performance and Lennon walls — but despite the shift online, one medium remains especially striking: the protest sign.
The third-year biology major said that her community-building experience as a residence advisor will help her advance her extensive platform of affordability, accessibility and equity.
Although millions look up to Greta Thunberg as the face of the climate movement, she’s only bringing awareness to a longstanding concern. Indigenous peoples continue to advocate for the environment, despite often being overlooked by the media.
He defeated opponent Aidan Wilson in a race fought over room bookings, environmental sustainability and support for clubs.
This is the first campaign period after the AMS banned postering — and with changes in candidates’ campaign strategies, students are divided on how this affects their elections awareness.
Fourth-year political science and history major Aidan Wilson is promising a fund for new clubs and more greenery around the Nest in his bid to make the AMS more accessible as VP administration.
Third-year international economics student Sylvester Adinam Mensah Jr wants to bring his diverse experiences to the VP administration portfolio and improve relationships with undergrad societies and clubs.
In a showdown over the AMS artwork, sustainability and social justice, Wilson’s understanding of the society’s inner workings shined through as he described policy details that Mensah could not.
VP Administration candidates Aidan Wilson and Sylvester Mensah Jr squared off at last night’s debate on portfolio focus points including room bookings and the AMS’s relationship with Greek life.
“Exposing Anti-Black Racism in Vancouver with Shelby McPhee” was co-hosted by the UBC Black Caucus; the Centre for Culture, Identity and Education (CCIE) and the Equity & Inclusion Office. McPhee was joined by five other Black panelists including activists and members of the UBC academic community.
UBC Parking says this move will make EV charging more accessible on campus.
The group is seeking signatures and is asking UBC students, faculties and departments to stand with the Wet’suwet’en in their international call for solidarity.
A look behind the curtain with two UBC meme instagram accounts.
RapidBus routes offer increased frequency, fewer stops, dedicated bus lanes, all-door boarding and new bus stop signs with live arrival times.