Julia Burnham

Every AMS election candidate running for exec positions is entitled to be reimbursed for a certain amount of money. It’s more complicated than just getting free money, though. Regulating campus spending is hard and cash can't buy you an election.

Daniel Lam has won the race for VP Academic. Lam ran unopposed for this position on a campaign of affordability, equity and inclusion and the student experience, but he was still ecstatic to win the position.

Daniel Lam is running unopposed in this year’s election for VP of Academic and University Affairs, and is bringing with him a platform centred on affordability, equity and inclusion and the student experience.

The Great Debate provided unopposed candidate Daniel Lam with the opportunity to further explain his platform points and solidify his plan for the next year as VP Academic, and he had some interesting things to say.

Being the only VP Academic candidate, Daniel Lam took the stage in the first AMS elections debate today unopposed. Lam is a current student senator at large with two years of both AMS Council and undergraduate society council experience.

The AMS and GSS statements follows President Santa Ono’s statement, in which he announced the creation of a task force with the goal of determining what degree of assistance that the university can offer to those affected by the ban.

The sexual assault policy committee is on schedule to release a redraft of the policy in February. Following this, the redraft will go out for more public consultation due to the fact that it is going to be “quite significantly different.”

This morning, distinguished guests and members of the UBC community gathered at the Chan Centre for the official installation of Dr. Santa J. Ono as the 15th president and vice-chancellor of UBC. Ono stated his term four months ago, in August.

This morning, UBC students assembled in the AMS Nest to create signs to protest the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline. Students then proceeded to bike or bus to Vancouver City Hall, where a larger protest was held with the Greater Vancouver community.

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