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Members of SPHR are circulating a petition to put a question on whether the AMS should divest from several Israeli companies on this year's referendum.
UBC faculty have voted in support of calling on the university to divest from fossil fuels in the next five years.
The AMS will be reinstating their student court in the upcoming weeks.
James Rupert, who was charged with secretly observing and recording subjects of a study in June 2014, pled guilty to videotaping four women who were using a changing room for one of his studies.
With January 27 marking the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, over three hundred survivors visited the former concentration camp in Southern Poland to commemorate the day when Soviet troops broke into the camp to liberate it from the Nazis in 1945.
Peter A. Allard has made a $30 million donation to UBC's law school.
Law professor Nicole Barrett has recently come back from overseeing a trial of 21 former Chad government agents accused of mass murder and torture.
UBC geography prof Simon Donner said that while global temperatures during individual years in the future may be better than others, the overall trend of rapid climate change is undeniable and cannot be ignored.
Kim Campbell, Canada’s nineteenth and only female Prime Minister, had been a UBC student whose early interest global affairs and women’s rights would eventually lead her to a career that has been marked by major breakthroughs for women throughout history.
Recent food safety inspections showed that while the majority of restaurants and cafes at UBC meet careful food safety standards, there have also been one shutdown and several violations in 2014.
Carrie Jenkins and Jonathan Ichikawa have become the targets of threatened litigation from prominent philosopher Brian Leiter over a recent blog post.
UBC has released it's annual report on animal testing.