Joshua Azizi


CiTR Docs kicked off its third annual season on April 23. This year, the audio documentary series from UBC’s student radio station, CiTR, is releasing a set of 10 episodes that examine current affairs within the Lower Mainland from alternative perspectives.

When Shawry was attending high school in Nairobi, Kenya, he and three other friends decided to form The Afrolution, a rap collective named after a combination of “African” and “revolution.” But according to Shawry, whose real name is Eric Cauri, The Afrolution is not just about music — it’s also a movement.

Third-year commerce student Kuol Akuechbeny is running for a seat on UBC’s Vancouver’s student senate caucus with a platform centred around mental health, diversity and expanding Open Educational Resources.

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