“We need to understand, you know, where we lack and how we can improve because we can ... keep staring a problem in the eye, [but] it's about time that some changes are made.”
It was a victory for the SASC, Indigenous Committee and student groups.
Just because the AMS isn’t shouting and stomping down doors doesn’t mean its work isn’t political anymore.
There are seven questions up for students to have the final say.
The AMS has announced the five questions it has put forward and the two questions submitted by petition to be voted on by students in this year’s referenda — and you’ll have the final say when voting is open from March 11 to 15.
Our gaze reached across the volcanic mountains surrounded by lush green and to the towns nestled along the coast below, taking in a country forged in conflict.
The initiative grapples with a limited budget and limited resources as it seeks to support underrepresented and marginalized students.
My presence is in pieces, not missing
Schlesinger covered some of the most momentous events of the century. And it all started, more or less, at a dinky student newspaper office.
Many of you provided context, but we’re not going to be so kind.
Whether you've got a Valentine or not, there's no excuse not to kiss some ass this Valentine's Day.
I had literally needed anti-anxiety medication prescribed on the spot to calm down enough to leave the doctor’s office — the only thing that could possibly make this worth it was meeting my soulmate immediately and making passionate love forever, right?
You may have provided context for the worst things said to you during sex, but we think they stand together as a poem just fine.
UBC isn’t shying away from international issues, whether they’re dropped on its doorstep or not. In fact, it’s seeking them out.
UBC and student groups want the university to play a central role in the realization of BC’s new climate action plan, but they disagree on how far it should go.