The deadline for nomination is this Friday.
During its six-hour meeting last night, AMS Council approved an early version of its Equity Action Plan and how to improve student safety along NW Marine Drive.
The first-dose vaccination rate for residents ages 12+ in the UBC neighbourhood has reached 100 per cent — up from 96 per cent last week. However, it’s likely this data point is not accurate.
For many trans, non-binary and two-spirit people, getting outed to people is now just a part of going out.
The incident occurred at 1:46 a.m.
Two ongoing conversations in the university community were reignited at the UBC Vancouver Senate meeting last night, with a resolution to calls for a vaccine mandate and an update on honorary degree reviews.
Governors mostly discussed return to campus plans and a proposed vaccine mandate as classes enter their third week.
Incumbent of 13 years Joyce Murray is projected to win UBC’s riding, Vancouver Quadra.
Students in the line spoke of difficulties getting registered to vote and concerns about the cancellation of the Vote on Campus program.
In a tweet posted at 7:31 a.m., BC Hydro said the outages, which began just before 6 a.m., were impacting 5,000 customers. Crews were sent out to campus this morning.
To fill the gap, one student created a website — ubccovidtracker.com — to track and map all the exposures on campus. The website is unaffiliated with UBC.
The first motion falls short of an outright vaccine mandate, however, instead leaving the decision up to Ono and the Board.
Despite intending to argue his case in the BC Supreme Court on April 29, and then on July 26, Linkletter is still waiting.
Between August 31 to September 26, the UBC neighbourhood saw a daily case rate of seven per 100,000 residents, up four from last week.
UBC’s new system, announced last week, requires rapid testing for students, staff and faculty who are unvaccinated.