While this may be the latest chapter, the story of Asian discrimination is a history that finds itself to be deeply interlinked with the story of the last century on this campus.
Xenakis feeds the pigeons OvoControl, a non-toxic bird contraceptive, at various stations using bird feeders that accommodate different pigeons’ body sizes and beak shapes.
This means that students in Canada can’t do outbound co-ops — even to countries with a low amount of COVID-19 cases.
Among the five recipients, UBC’s very own Dr. Karen Bakker, Professor of Geography, and her team are recognized for their collaborative efforts in acknowledging decolonization of water governance and improvement of Indigenous people’s water security.
Ah yes, the golden age of 13, when the unexpected chin pimple became your best friend, the blue eyeshadow looked great no matter what your mom or classmates said and your body began growing its own personal George Bush.
The stage was decorated in a simple yet elegant collection of classical white pillars that were complemented by the actors’ Greco-Roman inspired costumes, setting the atmosphere for an ancient fairy tale.
On May 6th, the Chali-Rosso Art Gallery commemorated Canada’s 150th anniversary with the unveiling of Salvador Dali’s 1979, Dance of Time, a seven-foot tall and 860 lb bronze sculpture of a dancing clock, valued at $750,000.
In their annual rendition of Eve Ensler’s play, The Vagina Monologues, UBC’s very own VDAY club featured a series of emotionally captivating performances depicting female experiences and everyday struggles in contemporary society.