After announcing its commitment to create an Indigenous Engagement Committee on February 19, the UBC Board of Governors has since approved the committee’s terms of reference and filled its membership.
A Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) outlet is moving into the Nest, replacing the frozen yogurt shop Qoola that is being sued by the AMS for failing to pay over two years of rent.
Max Holmes, Jeanie Malone, Marium Hamid, Hannah Xiao and Jakob Gattinger were all elected to be senators-at-large on UBC Vancouver’s student senate caucus tonight.
Jeanie Malone, a master’s student in biomedical engineering, is running for re-election to UBC Senate. Malone is running on a four-pronged platform of “governance, equity, accessibility, and communication.”
First-year bachelor of international economics student Matthias Leuprecht is running to be one of five student senators-at-large in the UBC Vancouver Senate. His platform places environmental sustainability and Canadian Indigenous reconciliation at the forefront.
Max Holmes, current student senator and AMS VP Academic and University Affairs (VPAUA), is running for re-election in the Vancouver Senate. If elected as a senator, Holmes plans to continue his focus on survivor-centric sexual assault policy and reforming academic concession, complementing two major tenets of his VPAUA platform.
After acknowledging that the Pit is “down in the dumps” at the January 10 AMS Council meeting, the society has now reintroduced food services and revamped the pub’s operations to boost its tepid profit.
With plans undergoing since summer 2017, UBC President Santa Ono has launched the UBC Connects, a lecture series dedicated to bringing prominent voices to campus.
After months of ongoing negotiations, Translink has extended the the current $41.00 U-Pass price to the end of 2019.
Is there anything more adorably edgy than dancing to death metal on the sabbath?
The Life Building — previously the Old SUB — is back in business as of January 3. But it is only partly operational, as this reopening was just the first of many in a series of major move-in dates that will follow throughout the semester.
With a nomination from France’s Foreign Ministry and the decree of the French President, political science professor Dr. Yves Tiberghien has been awarded the title Chevalier de l’Ordre du Mérite.