Between academic concessions, graduation and enrolment updates, here’s what you need to know.
A promotional image for the event on systemic racism featured no Black people.
The search for Yu Ting Ji was called off on Saturday.
Virtuous Pie, located in Wesbrook Village on Shrum Lane, posted on Instagram yesterday that an employee tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, November 12.
AMS Council met virtually for a brief Thursday meeting last night.
Yu Ting Ji has been missing since the morning of Monday, November 9.
As BC sees a growing number of active cases, the AMS has cancelled all in-person events.
The student who found the vulnerability said it wouldn’t take much for anyone with knowledge of web development to stumble across it.
UBC’s at least 175 sprawling campus buildings often serve a commemorative purpose — but their names don’t represent the diversity of the university community.
The group can be seen standing outside Blue Chip Cafe with no visible mask usage and not physical distancing in a photo from Thursday.
AMS Council met for its regular Zoom meeting last night ahead of its annual general meeting today, discussing council discipline and sustainability.
AMS President Cole Evans confirmed there was a “small celebration” for an AMS staff member today with 9 individuals in the offices.
NDP candidate David Eby has taken Vancouver-Point Grey for a third term, beating out Green candidate Devyani Singh and BC Liberal candidate Mark Bowen.
As Canadian universities undergo racial reckonings sparked by the Black Lives Matter movement, Black studies programs could provide spaces for resistance on campuses, Dr. Andrea A. Davis and Dr. Handel Wright said.
If you didn’t get any emails saying your courses have changed, there’s no action required on your part.