Two years after the first march in response to Donald Trump’s inauguration, the Women’s March in Vancouver remains part of a global movement — but has now shifted its focus inwards to Canada.
“Very often, the archives don't give you answers to the questions that you wish they did ... and you have to learn how to excavate history on its own terms.”
Entitled CleanBC, the plan aims to reduce pollution from energy consumption in the province and diversify the economy towards “greener” industries.
Instead of Portland trying hard to live up to expectations, I found a city trying exactly hard enough to be itself.
“How long will [the products] last on the shelf? Do they need to be refrigerated? Do they need to be stored at a certain temperature? Those kinds of issues are really all quite new.”
“That is why open is really exciting because it’s not just the expert who is writing, it’s everybody who is writing and who has a voice.”
Just remember: If he’s excited and movin’, an Ono is proven. If he’s bearded and jolly, it’s Claus oh my golly!
In her role advising the provost on matters concerning racialized faculty, Mahtani is charged with a university whose faculty of colour are paid less on average than their white counterparts, underrepresented in leadership and disproportionately in precarious positions to begin with.
Oh, you hadn’t considered how, exactly as Foucault kind of touched on, Wicked exemplifies the neoliberal commodification of the supernatural and how Glinda is the panopticon? Neither had I until I came to this evening’s lecture tipsy just to flex on you first-years who can’t buy alcohol.
While intimidating at first, trading with others is why Hot One Inch Action thrives where traditional art shows stop short.
In 2018, 38 per cent of UBC students who reported experiencing racial discrimination at UBC in the 2017/18 academic year. Many of these students carry stories of feeling forced to defend their heritage, being singled-out by professors to speak on behalf of entire ethnicities and hearing racial slurs.
The Ubyssey has consulted several weed scientists and at least one Seth Rogen movie to come up with a list of what we believe to be the best munchies on campus in the event you consume the devil’s lettuce.
The Ubyssey sat down with Dr. Richard Johnston, Canada research chair in public opinion, elections and representation and professor of political science at UBC, to break down the options and what is at stake for students when casting their ballots over the next month.
“It’s not a good use of tuition money, and it’s something that is not supported in the values we believe at the university, which include sustainability.”
Listen to him struggle to pick just one or play a three hour long game of buzzword association.