UBCC350 gathered outside today’s BoG meeting in the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre to demonstrate against UBC’s investments in fossil fuels.
The Free Speech Club was originally scheduled to hold an event that would feature Stefan Molyneux and Lauren Southern at the Chan Centre.
Lucia Liang has been elected as the next VP Finance of the AMS.
One of the most important employees of the AMS is someone you’ve probably never heard of.
Just because the AMS isn’t shouting and stomping down doors doesn’t mean its work isn’t political anymore.
Fourth-year finance student Jon Tomalty is running for a promotion to VP Finance on a platform of sustainability, mental health and improved financial access for clubs and constituencies.
Viki Loncar is running to be VP Finance on a platform of transparency, website reform and advocacy for clubs and constituencies.
Calling herself a “very goal-oriented person,” the first-year arts student and the VP finance for the Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS) views running for the AMS position a natural step.
The first question asked why each candidate should be trusted with students’ money in light of recent scandals where other student unions have mismanaged funds.
AMS Associate VP Finance Jon Tomalty held a clear advantage over Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS) VP Finance Lucia Liang and International Relations Students Association Treasurer Viki Loncar in a debate that centred on business surpluses, clubs’ credit cards and the AMS investment policy.
AMS elections have operated on this timeline for several years without knowing they were violating the bylaw.
“In some of the experiences I’ve had — kissing and touching — I found that I got emotional really quickly,” said Mosca. As a result, Mosca has resolved not to have sex until he is in a very “secure” relationship or even engaged.
The AMS’s latest effort is a blitz after years of waiting. Will it be enough?
While there was “some evidence” Kurtzke had interfered with AMS service provisions, it had not been demonstrated that he was a “danger."
Despite rising numbers of women going into engineering at UBC, the faculty will not achieve its goal of equal representation by 2020.