Diana Oproescu

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The good news? This anthology takes a step toward satisfying that hunger. Its contributors — many being UBC alumnae such as Sonnet L’Abbé, Miranda Pearson and Renée Sarojini Saklikar — explore the disconnection we all experience in an urban environment from a variety of perspectives.

UBC psychology instructor, Steven Barnes, has developed six Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in order to help high school students prepare for the AP psychology exam. Students from over 150 countries will have access to these MOOCs.

The final presentation to the UBC Board of Governors will occur in spring of 2017. On October 3, UBC will also be consulting with the Vancouver campus community on options as to how they can meet the campus’s evolving athletic demands.

“You can have all of the policies that you want in the world ... but without people fundamentally understanding the origins of rape culture and how to be a respectful ally or active bystander, we’re really never going to address these issues.”

“Advocating for improved funding to post-secondary education remains a priority for the AMS and we will be looking for all BC political parties to make this a priority in the May provincial elections,” wrote AMS VP External Kathleen Simpson.

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