Almost four hundred years after it was first performed, The Changeling and its themes remain relevant. The deep familiarity of the play is perhaps a sad reflection on society today.
In the past decade UBC has had a lot of different theatre and arts performances.
Evans came into the year benefitting from experience with the AMS and student governance at UBC, having served as an AMS representative for the Arts Undergraduate Society and as Chair of the Human Resources committee last year. He believes that he has leveraged that experience into some early successes.
“The thing that I do at UBC that, to this day, still terrifies me is to be really open and vulnerable about living with disability.”
As the AMS owns and operates several of its own businesses, the Advisory Board was created to advise the Council on long-term planning in the business side of the organization.
The central idea of the play is connection — between the character themselves and with the animals who appear throughout the story.
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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.