This list can be a good starting point for folks who want to learn about the systemic violence many of these groups have endured since long before the pandemic.
A recent uptick in COVID-19 cases on campus has left some students living in residence concerned about their safety.
At its March meeting, Senate also endorsed the Climate Emergency Task Force report and heard from the Indigenous Strategic Plan’s leaders about its application to the Senate.
Online university has made a stable internet connection a necessity for learning and working, but for some it has been an unattainable luxury.
The race was uncontested after Benson’s opponent, Lawrence Liu, dropped out before the final debate.
Some companies involved in the list of investments are active in the oil, petroleum, gas, mining and weapons industries, raising concerns among student groups.
Second-year arts student Lauren Benson is running for AMS VP Administration, vowing to increase communication between the AMS and students and establish a COVID-19 recovery benefit for clubs.
After Lawrence Liu withdrew last night, AMS digital media coordinator Lauren Benson is now the lone candidate in the VP Administration race. The absence of competition was reflected at the Great Debate earlier today in which Benson stuck to familiar talking points and performed with consistency.
Benson and Liu mostly responded to audience questions and rarely engaged in direct clashes with one another. The open debate portion often ended in silence, prematurely.
Community members have gathered in the Downtown Eastside to honour missing and murdered women each year on Valentine’s Day since 1992, making 2021 the 30th consecutive year.
Despite past opposition against annual tuition increases, the practice has largely become accepted as fact — and it’s unclear whether the unique circumstances this year will be enough to overturn the norm.
We go to AMS Council so you don’t have to.
UBC will now use Dr. when referring to faculty members in press releases after a controversial op-ed about Dr. Jill Biden that sparked debate among faculty members.
While the AMS VP administration said it did not know how many people from the film crew were present, he noted that their usage of the Nest was likely a one-time occurrence.
In response to these new developments, student groups have flocked to online platforms to continue amplifying their messages and engaging supporters.