Cases on campus are not reported to the university community unless contact tracing is impossible, said a Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) spokesperson.
Since 2004, UBC has hosted a closed-loop, in-vessel composting system on campus. This means, like "Hotel California," most organic waste generated at UBC can never really leave.
Her platform is centred on easing the transition for international students into the Canadian education system, pushing for open educational resources and improving Indigenous representation.
This year Holmes is also running for his second term as a student representative on the Board of Governors and hopes to spearhead collaboration between the two bodies.
Newcomers showed a better understanding of Senate policy and an improved presence in open debate periods.
UBC has contacted its exchange students, recommending that they leave the city. As of today, 20 exchange students have left Hong Kong. The 11 remaining are “safe and accounted for.”
The initiative will aim to increase the hiring of professors and teaching faculty, as well as address the financial needs of graduate students, many of whom straddle the poverty line.
The hour-long video was played on loop in the square outside the Nest from 2 to 7 p.m. Planned a month in advance, EHK scheduled the showing to coincide with the Hong Kong Police’s storming of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) that started on Monday.
The rally was organized by the EHK, both in solidarity with the Hong Kong protests and to raise awareness of the Hong Kong government’s enactment of the Emergency Response Ordinance Friday, October 4 which they used to instate the anti-mask law.
Wright is running on a platform of environmental sustainability, investment into post-secondary education and transparent campaigning.
“There's a long history of collaborations with arts and sciences but also arts and medicine ... I think it's really an advantage to tap into the research that's happening in all three faculties,” said Harris
The roughly 1,200-page final report titled “Reclaiming Power and Place” features nearly 1,500 testimonies, from both survivors and family members of those affected.
C-Shore’s construction was overseen from start to finish by students enrolled in a two-term design-build course from UBC’s School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
“To our knowledge, the Hotel Study is the most thorough characterization of the health of homeless and marginally housed individuals in the world.”
“I haven’t seen any evidence that [neurotechnology companies] have provided that [DTC neurotechnologies] benefit anybody,” said Reiner.