Though the Vancouver of today carries the weight of more than a century of development, the history and planning policies that have made its individual neighbourhoods what they are today are rarely obvious at first glance.
With finals right around the corner, why not take a few minutes to sit back, relax and read through The Ubyssey's collection of spring haikus?
A review from NPR embedded in the program’s text declared it a synthesis between 70’s rock and Indigenous folk music — what could that possibly sound like?
"I don’t play Wordle. I’m a monster."
"I think that coyote is just limping around doing its best, kind of reminds me of myself, you know, the underdog."
When did you last go exploring on campus?
“We want you to be part of the interaction and feel like you’re socializing instead of making it a passive experience,” said Saeed.
“[Sankofa] means ‘Come out boldly to be who you are, come out boldly to be your person. Don't be afraid of what people will think about you…’ You can’t take away your ancestors,” said Salami.
“I put down the novel,” Williams said in an interview with The Ubyssey, “and started writing these essays about race.”
The award, officially titled the St. Pierre, Romily, Nathanson Entrance Award in Law for Black Students, will be available to domestic Black students entering the Juris Doctor program.
Panelists cited the benefits of diverse and inclusive institutions, and expressed hope that UBC will reach its institutional potential alongside the improvement of the student experience.
I didn’t want the government’s blood money. But in the end, I don’t think there was anything I could have said to keep you home.
The petition notes that Proctorio has extensive access to student data while active, including a student’s location, browser and physical surroundings.