The UBC Human Rights Collective (HRC) and the UBC chapter of Scholars at Risk (SAR) are calling for students to support an imprisoned scholar as Iran moves to execute him.
At last night’s AMS Council meeting, the new execs and councillors met for the first time in person to fill committee vacancies and waive a presentation of the 2022/23 preliminary budget.
The Board of Governors approved the province’s mandate letter for post-secondary institutions for the 2022/23 fiscal year at its meeting this morning.
The 2021/22 AMS Council met for the last time on Wednesday night to hear an end-of-year report on AMS services and to vote on executive transition honorariums.
In an emailed statement, Rae Ann Aldrige, executive director of UBC Safety & Risk Services — the department which includes Campus Security — said the university is reviewing the situation.
“As there are now signs of further Omicron variants and increased case numbers, experts have indicated that BC is about to enter into a sixth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic."
According to a VPD press release posted yesterday, 35-year-old Alan “AJ” Birtwistle was last seen near International Village in downtown around 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 13.
The Notice of Appeal contains little information about the reasoning behind the appeal, but Linkletter’s team will have to prepare an appeal record and factum within 90 days of the notice.
UBC’s VP Finance and Operations Peter Smailes will be leaving UBC at the end of May.
Eshana Bhangu will be your next AMS president.
In a broadcast message sent on Thursday evening, President Santa Ono and Principal of UBC Okanagan Lesley Cormack said masks will be required until April 30, the last day of Winter Session term two.
After last year's historically uncontested AMS election with a turnout of only 6.9 per cent, what has the AMS done to boost this year's voter engagement?
The Arts Undergraduate Society leaked the email addresses of over 360 students in a mass email about its new arts student discount program.
So this year, find the time to vote. Take the time to translate your angry Reddit comments and venting sessions with your friends about the AMS and UBC into a vote.
AMS VP Academic & University Affairs (VPAUA) Eshana Bhangu is running for president on a wide-ranging platform centred on fighting for student interests.