Earlier this school year, the Centre for Accessibility moved their accommodation letter system online onto Clockwork, the same system used for exam reservations.
In response to the recent drugging allegation at UBC fraternity events, UBC immediately launched into an investigation with the RCMP. But some organizations like SASC disagreed with UBC’s decision to move forward with the investigation without consulting the survivors.
During her studies, Lightfoot maintained “a lens that always looked at Indigenous political struggles, Indigenous rights struggles, global politics for Indigenous peoples.”
On Friday, September 6, UBC hosted UBC Pride which featured resource booths, activities and performances. Before the event took place, many UBC community members expressed cynicism, considering the university’s recent track record with the LGBTQIA2S+ community. We sent a few writers to attend the events and share their thoughts.
The Cloud Innovation Centre (CIC) is meant to serve as a hub for “digital transformation challenges” that will address community-based problems or opportunities through the utilization of AWS’s cloud-based expertise and technology.
Despite starting with a drizzly day, this year’s UBC Blueberry Festival continued the tradition of showing classic and unique ways of adding blueberries to your student diet.
UBC Campus Security has released their 2018 annual report and compared to previous years, there’s been a notable spike in property crime.
After a couple minutes, Mrs. Price comes back with the tablet. Willow scrolls through to make sure she’s filled everything out, and spends a little more time than she should looking at the personality specs.
Science suggests petting a fuzzy animal can actually have marked beneficial effects for your mental health — at least in the short-term.
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.
There are seven questions up for students to have the final say.
Despite this myriad of experiences and practices by students who identify as ace or aro, many still experience push-back when they self-identify on campus.
The AMS lobbied for the government to follow through on promises to provide funding for Indigenous students and better engage those students in consultation.
Halfway through her term, AMS VP External (VPX) Cristina Ilnitchi has made progress on her promises — though some will not hit their full stride till the second term.