Decisions made at the board impact all current and future students in areas such as affordability, diversity and campus development. This is our effort to decode the topics that we think you should know and care about.
This week, a male symbol appeared on top of the UBC Engineering cairn one day before our annual 14 Not Forgotten Memorial Ceremony. We don’t know the goal, the club or their message, but we do know how it made us feel.
I want to address to concerns about the move to 3,000 people. I want to start by highlighting that I don't understand the arbitrary nature of this argument. Why is 3,000 not a good cut-off, but 1,500 is?
“Student feedback and consultation have been dismissed in favour of the desire to move forward with new initiatives at a rapid pace. This has disenfranchised individuals across the faculty who have no longer felt their opinions are valued.”