For the “fifth [time] in four years,” the Vancouver development permit board has rejected the condo tower proposal at 105 Keefer in Chinatown, which has been criticized as a harbinger for further gentrification into the historical Vancouver district.
If you’ve seen an influx of memes on your Facebook newsfeed making fun of UBC or SFU, do note that this isn’t a coincidence or by chance — there’s an all-out meme war going on between the two universities.
At the last training party on October 19, speakers educated attendees about what opioids are, what an opioid overdose looks like, how to respond if someone around them is overdosing and how to properly administer naloxone, an injectable drug that can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.
Held every November, Movember is an awareness campaign in which participants grow moustaches over the course of the month in order to raise funds and awareness for men’s health.
The UBC Vancouver Senate has recently approved a new holistic approach to student admissions that will require applicants to submit the near-entirety of their Grade 11 and 12 marks. It will also require students to submit a number of courses relevant to their program of interest.
Dungeons and Dragons is once again popular, comic book franchises are universally beloved, Silicon Valley start-ups are perpetually the “next big thing” and “nerd chic” has become a fashion category of its own.
Last Thursday, AMS VICE hosted a naloxone training party in the Nest Performance Centre, in which trainers educated attendees about opioids and taught them how to administer naloxone, a drug that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.
The UBC Free Speech Club held an event Thursday night titled “Questioning Free Speech,” in which three professors gave contrasting presentations that discussed the roles, limits and ramifications of free speech.
By focusing on directly treating overdoses instead of promoting abstinence from drug use, the event takes a non-judgmental approach toward drug use that puts the safety of users first.
We all know what Wreck Beach looks like during the day, and nobody wants to cry around that. At night, however, the beautiful scenery and vast expanse of Wreck Beach make it a great place for a truly cinematic cry.
Yesterday, thousands crossed the Cambie Street bridge in the Walk for Reconciliation to acknowledge the legacy of Canada’s residential school system. They later convened at Strathcona Park.
Holmes will officially take office on Wednesday, September 27, when he will start working on an ambitious platform that includes some of the previous priorities of former VPAUA Daniel Lam.
The humanitarian hip-hop club has teamed up with the urban showcase project Cxxlaid — pronounced like “Kool-Aid” — to host Cxxlaid UBC, a jam-packed hip-hop concert in the Pit featuring eight rap performances, two dance crews and a DJ.
Last Thursday, AMS Vice-President Academic and University Affairs (VPAUA) by-election candidates Max Holmes and Franz Kurtzke spent 90 minutes outlining their platforms and goals for the position in a heated and often tense debate.
Students will attend two of sixteen workshops that discuss topics such as poverty, hunger, mental health, education, gender equality, reducing inequality, accessibility, reduced role of finance in social issues, climate action and consumption and production.