Featuring far-right speakers Ricardo Duchesne and Mark Hecht, the talk was about free speech as it pertains to the immigration debate.
At 3 p.m. on Tuesday, students gathered for a rally in solidarity with Hong Kong, wearing protester garb, giving speeches and holding moments of silence.
In her lecture Swipe, Right?: The Future of Romantic Relationships in the Digital Age on September 10, Dr. Helen Fisher argued that being single in a world infused with technology might not be the worst thing. In my post-breakup funk, I read the title and new it was exactly what I needed.
Though it is officially managed by the Engineering Undergraduate Society, painting the Cairn has long been a campus tradition for groups looking to raise awareness for their causes.
While not a UBC student, Tanner was last seen leaving the campus area on September 19 at 12:30 p.m.
A woman was returning to her car on the tenth floor of West Parkade when two men approached her. According to the RCMP’s press release, one allegedly brandished a black “palm-sized” handgun and demanded her keys.
Starting September 1, many students found that they were unable to use their Compass Cards despite loading their U-Passes days before.
After hiring a human rights lawyer to investigate, the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Congress’s organizers, found one of the attendees had violated their Code of Conduct.
Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, and Kam McLeod, 19, were on the run after being considered suspects in three Northern BC murders in mid-July.
The Calendar’s rise has not been without growing pains, as some current and former staff members have bemoaned late payments and a lack of financial transparency.
Ono held a press conference with Amarjeet Sohi, Canada’s minister of Natural Resources, to announce the construction of two energy-efficient buildings funded by the Ministry’s Green Infrastructure Program.
An hour before the event, about thirty students gathered outside the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre in a protest co-hosted by the political climate action club UBCC350 and other community groups.
Schmegelsky, 18, and McLeod, 19, have been charged with second-degree murder for Dyck’s death, and warrants have been issued across Canada for their arrest.
With guests from various backgrounds — elders, politicians, scholars, survivors and dancers — the conference compared the issue of MMIWG in Canada and the United States and how each country is working to address the problem.
“Pos[ing] a danger to young women” ages 16-25, Ratelle is considered at high risk to relapse by the VPD.