Here’s a breakdown of how UBC hires its presidents, and how long we may be waiting.
To make sure those qualifications are accurate and their goals are within the scope of the position they’re running for, we’re here to fact-check those claims.
Here, we fact-check statements on everything from funds and fees, freedom of expression on campus, COVID-19 concerns and everything in between.
Here we’ve cover everything from platform plagiarism claims to the fine print in student residence contracts.
The AMS is aiming to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2025.
Here is what each of the major four parties says they will do to combat the overdose crisis, so you can go into the Federal election informed.
A major concern this election season for students (besides COVID-19) is the scrapping of the Vote on Campus initiative that allowed them to vote at their universities in 2019.
The panel focused on questions around media coverage and representation of Asians, damaging stereotypes of Asians and ways in which Asian-Canadians can get more recognition in journalism and other forms of media.
The forum was held in response to the rise in anti-Asian hate and racism over the past year, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and exemplified in the tragic Atlanta shootings earlier this year.
The accessibility shuttles are intended to supplement the current Safewalk vehicles and allow for Safewalk to be more accessible to students with disabilities as well as the rest of campus.
Most women of colour will tell you how every time they start getting that gross feeling in their stomach, one of the first things that pops into our minds is the question: “But what if they don’t like (insert ethnicity)?”
Through this living document, the caucus aims to frame the first of many discussions within the Senate as to how they can improve the academic governance of UBC over the next triennium.