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On September 10, the completion of the upgraded UBC Bus Exchange was celebrated by TransLink and UBC in an event that thanked students for their patience during the construction.
On July 25, UBC faculty members sent an open letter to UBC President Santa Ono, calling for the university to divest its support from the Thirty-Metre Telescope (TMT) project, which is a partnership between Canada, the University of California and Caltech, Japan, China, and India.
The AMS Student Lounge will house the CRC which will continue to offer equipment rentals and other services, as well as provide clubs and constituencies with a bookable conference room.
The AMS has expressed concern about a proposed bylaw change that would remove an AMS-appointed seat on the University Neighbourhoods Association (UNA) Board without student consultation.
UBC English instructor Katja Thieme has faced online harassment and threats after questioning the legitimacy of an online publication, Quillette, and the academics who publish in it.
Many presidents didn’t receive an invite to the dinner this year.
Roughly 75 students gathered in front of the Nest’s Pride Installation on Wednesday evening for a meet-up as a peaceful show of solidarity against a talk from a transphobic speaker.
“To say that the money has been squandered completely would be totally out of touch with what’s actually happened."
With that in mind, The Ubyssey is fact-checking every VP external candidate’s platform and all the statements they made during debates.
With that in mind, The Ubyssey is fact-checking every presidential candidate’s platform and all the statements they made during debates.
Hidden away in Irving K. Barber Library, the Rare Books and Special Collections section of the UBC Library has hundreds upon hundreds of materials so fancy that no one is even allowed to browse them without asking first.
UBC has quietly withdrawn from its involvement with the Allard Prize for International Integrity without explanation.
UBC makes Nobel Prize-winners information, Olympic medal statistics and prime minister history readily available. But what about the racial data of its student population?
In recent months, AMS VP Academic and University Affairs Max Holmes has been working on budget proposals to UBC — and he now expects that about $7 million of the AMS asks are on the university’s priority list.