Max Holmes has won re-election and will be joined by BoG newcomer Georgia Yee next year.
Commenters in the chat were quick to call out the messages, with the conference organizers blocking the chat and deleting the user from the webinar within several minutes.
This year, more than most, you should give a damn.
According to section IX, article 2, subsection 15 of AMS code, candidates must reject any endorsements from current AMS executives. However, Nanayakkara’s ties with ThePlug mark a situation that isn’t explicitly covered.
Running for a third term, Max Holmes says he will continue the work he’s already started at the Board of Governors.
Mehrizi is running for one of two UBC Vancouver student seats on the Board of Governors on a platform of graduate student support, professional development support and stopping tuition increases.
Dante Agosti-Moro has sat on Senate for the last two years. He called running for Board the “next logical step” in his advocacy at the university.
AMS Elections Chief Electoral Officer Isabelle Ava-Pointon is urging students who have already cast their vote this week to vote again after ballot changes.
In contrast to the first debate — and debates for other races — candidates stayed away from directly challenging one another and found much agreement, with only minor dissent.
In a press release, VPAUA Georgia Yee said that the faculties of arts, science, education, dentistry, forestry and land and food systems have all decided to stop using “algorithmic proctoring software."
In VP Finance Lucia Liang’s January budget reforecast, Hua noticed that the Sustainable Food Access Fee, Indigenous Student Fund and the Get Thrifty fee appeared twice in the non-discretionary allocation section.
At the first Board of Governors candidates debate, hopefuls overlapped on many platform points but challenged each other on identity and representation.
Cst. Christina Martin said University RCMP issued two $2,300 fines to organizers of gatherings in Fairview Crescent on Saturday. The detachment also issued two personal $230 fines.
In a letter obtained by The Ubyssey, Dr. Blye Frank, dean of education, informed Wolf that her appointment in the faculty of education had been terminated after a recommendation from President Santa Ono to the Board of Governors.
Our recap of takeaways from the UBC Board of Governors February meetings cycle.