The Board of Governors voted to increase tuition by two per cent for returning domestic and international students and four per cent for new international students at its meeting yesterday.
Notably, BCCDC data only includes cases recorded via publicly-funded PCR tests, which are only available to immunocompromised or unvaccinated individuals.
But this statement from Henry is in contrast to another press conference from November 30, 2021. “We know this virus is endemic now,” she said, “which means it is circulating in the community.”
Rita Jin will be the AMS’s next VP finance.
The COVID-19 testing positivity rate at UBC has slightly increased, according to new data released by the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC).
Rita Jin, a second-year science student, is running to be the AMS’ next VP finance on a platform focused on making clubs more accessible to students and streamlining the club reimbursement process.
Noah Jassmann has thrown his hat into the ring to be the AMS’ next VP finance, running on a platform of improved student engagement and increased funds for sustainable initiatives.
Angad Singh Gill is running to be the AMS’ next VP Finance on a platform focused on changing the AMS's health and dental plan, introducing a social equity fund and increasing transparency.
Discussion of transparency took centre stage once again as the candidates running to be the AMS VP finance sparred in their second debate last night.
Transparency and preparation dominated last night’s discussion as the candidates to be the next AMS VP finance sat down for their first debate Wednesday night.
The prevalence of COVID-19 at UBC has continued to gradually decline, according to new data released by the BC Centre for Disease Control.
The COVID-19 testing positivity rate at UBC has decreased since its record high last week, according to new data released by the BC Centre for Disease Control.
According to Andrew Parr, the university has set aside enough isolation-specific units to accommodate an average of 16 new in-residence cases per day.
We looked at the biology building collapse and we got really paranoid. After a few months, we asked ourselves, “What would be an even worse campus building to have collapse on you?”
Employee wages and UBC’s return to classes were major topics of conversation at AMS Council’s biweekly meeting on Wednesday, January 26.