Between academic concessions, graduation and enrolment updates, here’s what you need to know.
Virtuous Pie has closed again after a second employee tested positive for COVID-19.
The search for Yu Ting Ji was called off on Saturday.
AMS Council met virtually for a brief Thursday meeting last night.
Yu Ting Ji has been missing since the morning of Monday, November 9.
In the affidavit, other former employees allege that “racist jokes,” a “lack of professionalism” and “paychecks being weeks late” all took place when they worked at the restaurant.
As BC sees a growing number of active cases, the AMS has cancelled all in-person events.
Held on October 29, this year’s AMS AGM hit quorum for the first time since 2014 (after not meeting quorum for the 40 years prior), but some students voiced concerns about just how democratic the meeting was.
AMS Council met for its regular Zoom meeting last night ahead of its annual general meeting today, discussing council discipline and sustainability.
This morning, Professors Gerald Baier, Richard Johnston, Allan Tupper and Kathryn Harrison debated the trajectory of BC political parties in a panel moderated by Heidi Tworek.
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.
Princeton Ground Search and Rescue Society posted early Thursday morning that it had “been reactivated by the Vancouver Police Department to resume the search” for Naterer.
Dr. Susan Parker, the university librarian, gave a report on library happenings over the past year, highlighting how the library has adjusted to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since the original police report, community members and police have found clues to his disappearance. Greg Naterer, Jordan’s father, told CBC on Monday that Jordan’s hat and glasses have been found on Frosty Peak along with “off-trail footprints.”
UBC staff member Ian Linkletter is speaking out after remote exam invigilation company Proctorio sued him in September.