Two UBC teams have been awarded over $3 million in funding from NSERC as part of an initiative to train scientists in commercial or entrepreneurial skills.
The Justice Centre For Constitutional Freedoms submits argument to the Ontario Supreme court, defending TWU's law school based on freedom of association.
Last Tuesday, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission released its final report after years of research about residential schools.
Three Canadian universities took part in a new, 12 hour program designed to teach women about assault and defences against it.
“TransLink does not get to see all of the details linking the Compass Card to the person… what they get is a truncated student ID, or TSID,” said Crasta.
There will be no tax increase to finance transit improvements; the no side received a majority of votes.
22-year old Vivek Pandher died on Sunday July 5th after being found unresponsive at the Paradiso music festival in Wenatchee, United States.
This July, the AMS is going "full steam ahead" in terms of advocating for open textbooks, according to VP Academic Jenna Omassi.
According to Ali Mojdehi, security received several reports of an intruder in Place Vanier and Totem Park looking "at partially clothed female students.”
Before Mohamed Fahmy can take up his position as journalist in residence at UBC, he must await the verdict of his terrorism trial.
The International Service Learning program has been cancelled as part of an effort to "realize savings" for the university.
Tobias Friedel, GSS president, says the committee hopes to investigate and remedy existing gaps in the procedures around harassment and discrimination
After several setbacks, construction of a microbrewery on campus is slowly becoming a reality.
Breaking: Gupta has resigned as UBC president.
Last Friday, President Arvind Gupta resigned his position one year into his five-year mandate, requiring Martha Piper to take the position of interim president. The question on everyone's mind is, why?