“Buddhism is more than a religion but a way of life and thinking, it involves in philosophy and a different way of looking at the world,” said Zhihan. “November 1 is a day for everyone to come and practice wisdom and compassion, and we will share with everyone.”
Recent research conducted at the UBC School of Audiology and Speech Sciences shows that teething toys can affect a baby's auditory perception because the movement of a baby’s tongue plays a role in what sounds babies can distinguish between.
The Great Canadian Sales Competition is a three-round competition sponsored by several billion-dollar companies. The idea behind the challenge is to give students the chance to get hands-on experience in marketing that could lead to an actual job.
“A lot of jazz is about that ... spontaneous interplaying between the musicians,” said Yuen. “The fact that we are all jazz trained ... I think it’s huge. It affects how we compose music.”
Erin Michalak, a professor, urged students to prioritize social time when facing loneliness and suggested a few ways to achieve a quality work-life balances as social interactions are stress relieving.
Thanks to a generous donation from the ARC Foundation, beginning in September 2016 everyone in the faculty — including teaching candidates, faculty staffs, graduate students and the dean — will be receiving LGBTQ training.