The AMS hosted a press conference to protest in-person exams and urged the university to move exams online for student safety. The university insists exam halls are safe.
Students in the line spoke of difficulties getting registered to vote and concerns about the cancellation of the Vote on Campus program.
The Ubyssey has compiled the primary health care policies of the four major political parties so that students can remain informed for the upcoming election.
Since joining UBC Climate Hub Nafeesa Alibhai’s activism is “full steam ahead or full electric engine power ahead.”
UBC has not yet determined if it will be broadly implementing the series, entitled Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence.
On-campus thrift store Get Thrifty has been waiting for the AMS to let it begin construction on an expansion since late August 2020. Nine months later, the store is still waiting.
Four uncontested races, no referendums on the ballot and the lowest voter turnout in over a decade. The first all-virtual AMS elections was one for the history books, but perhaps not in the best way.
On January 25, a UBC Confessions post alleged that NSCC execs used participants’ fees to purchase Patagonia quarter-zip sweaters for the exec team. The post had almost 400 reactions as of publishing.
According to Seeking Arrangements, 71 UBC students used the app in 2020. This places the school 17th out of all Canadian schools for users.
Here we’ve covered claims made in the platforms of candidates for AMS president, VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA), VP administration, UBC Board of Governors student representatives, VP external, VP finance and Senate.
Here we’ve covered claims made at the Great Debate on Saturday, February 27 which included the races for AMS president, VP academic and university affairs (VP AUA), VP administration, UBC Board of Governors (BoG) student representatives, VP external, VP finance and Senate.
We dove into claims candidates made at the first and second AMS elections debates, about topics including transit, AMS finances and Senate rules and regulations.
Intimacy can be tricky when you’re meant to stay six feet apart from anyone outside of your immediate household or, if you live alone, your core bubble.
“Unprecedented times” has become a mainstay in pandemic vocabulary — but UBC might have set a precedent with its response to the 1918 influenza pandemic over 100 years ago.
While the AMS has heard of a potential Chegg trap following the accusations, the course instructor denied those claims.