Sophie Sutcliffe

Last week’s pro-life protests and the counter-protests that sprung up next to them generated a lot of discourse on campus. UBC has a history of abortion activism, on both sides of the issue, stretching back to the 1970s.

BC’s Residential Tenancy Act, which guarantees certain housing rights for tenants in the province such as restrictions on rent increases and freedom from unreasonable disturbance, does not apply to students living in university housing.

The BC Court of Appeals has ruled in favour of Trinity Western University (TWU), deciding that graduates of the school will be able to get accreditation from the Law Society of BC and practice law in the province.

Currently there are three major university administrations positions being filled by interim personnel. So who are these new officials, why did the old ones leave and what do they even do within the university?

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