Al-Shamsi is currently a first-year science student at Vantage College, who first came to Vancouver on a high school scholarship sponsored by the World University Service of Canada.
UBC President Santa Ono made the announcement on March 26 in a letter to the community, confirming that in-person ceremonies would be cancelled in May.
Gretsinger is also using her expertise in journalism to work on a collaborative investigative journalism project, alongside other academics and journalists in the United States and Canada.
International students studying in North America with a connection to Wuhan are joining together to fundraise for hospitals under the organization, “North America Student Branch of Fight for Wuhan.”
Three professors in the department of education penned an open letter to the Board to the regarding UBC adopting a new framework for its sustainable achievements based on the United Nation Sustainable Development Goals.
This change was based around the expansion of the UBC School of Journalism to include courses in academic writing and research, such as WRDS 150 and 350.
On October 11, the UBC Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions and UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs (SPPGA) hosted a panel discussion on women’s representation in Canada.
On October 4, UBCC350 and UBC Social Justice Centre delivered their open letter signed by over 1,500 students, faculty, staff and campus organizations to President Santa Ono’s office.
A few days ago, a fellow UBC student came out with 48 seconds of hilarious yet relatable content. Youtube’s “ADorkNamedSteph” came out with UBC’s parody of “Sweet City Women”: “Three Shitty Midterms.”
If you’re planning on not leaving your bedroom until finals, here are a couple of great Netflix shows to binge-watch all semester long.
Oktoberfest is here, and it’s an excuse for you to grab a couple of friends and drink all the beer your heart desires.
It’s that time of the year where mornings are freezing, but by afternoon you’re sweating through that fuzzy sweater in the middle of class.
When you’re late for class and have to study, it’s easy to go to the nearest place on campus to have a quick bite — whether or not it's the heathiest option.
UBC has a variety of clubs that take places in the outdoors with all different kinds of activities that range from hiking to balancing on a slackline up in the air.
Is it a blanket? Is it a scarf? No one really knows. You can use your blanket scarf to nap in class and stay cozy, all the while being cute as you trudge your way across campus through the rain.