In March, the Canadian Government introduced a freeze on federal student loan payments and interest from March 30 to September 30, overlapping with the current grace period of April 30 to October 30 granted to grads who graduated in the spring.
Despite a decrease in respondents amid the pandemic, the AMS says the survey still has a decent level of student representation.
Expected to cost $250,000, the new system is designed to maintain tolerable temperatures despite the potential rise of an average of 2.5 degrees Celsius by the year 2050 — all while maintaining the current requirements of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification for the Nest.
Mulan, who went to war in place of her father, was never a warrior by nature. She was just being punished by a sin that she had never committed.
Although the virus has dominated the headlines over the past month, Patrick stated that there’s no need for campus community members to panic.
Cherry blossoms, sunlight and ice cream — record your spring experience with your camera and share them with us!
Being a harp enthusiast at UBC continues to be a blessing and a surprise. Since the creation of the West Coast Harp Society in 2008, Vancouver has been a pinpoint on the map for the traveling harpists.
If they maintain their ranking by winning at least one match against the seventh-ranked Dinos this weekend, they’ll be playoff-bound.
Growing up in mainland China, I never received any sort of education about sex. Yes, my mom and Grade 6 science teacher did explain the origin of humans — but that’s it.
Last weekend was arguably the most challenging test of the season for the UBC men's volleyball team — in which they rose to the occasion with a 3-1 win on Friday.
“Volleyball is only a part of my life, it’s not just my life. I’m a lot more than just a volleyball player.”
“[Michelle] was always repeating to us ‘We’re creating a safe space where dangerous things can happen, not a dangerous space where safe things can happen,’” said Paskalidis.
In the world of UBC men’s volleyball, the 2019 superheroes so far are Matt Neaves and Micheal Dowhaniuk.
Sparkle and spins make for some incredible photos.
As Dowhaniuk is becoming the new points-leader on the team, the Thunderbirds’ starting line is seeing potential for a dynamic future.