Last year, UBC issued almost 40,000 parking tickets on campus. This map shows where all those tickets were written and breaks down what they were for, which vehicles they went to and how much they cost.
The report from Paula Butler found unneeded delays in UBC’s response to complaints and outlined the need for clearer sexual assault policy. Despite the drawn-out response, the report found that all UBC employees acted in good faith.
The John H. McDonald awards recognize excellence in student journalism across Canada. This year, The Ubyssey took home the awards for investigative reporting and cover of the year as well as received six other nominations.
A sortable table breaking down who serves on UBC's Board of Governors
For the first time since 1997, the T-Birds will be playing for the Vanier Cup. If there's anything we've seen this season, it's that it's hard to predict what will happen. But we've crunched some of the numbers to get an idea of what to expect.
Today, Arvind Gupta announced he is stepping down from his role as UBC president. This timeline shows some of the major events during his time in office.
Firefighters say a brush fire that broke out at Wreck Beach tonight is under control.
We thought we’d take this opportunity to show off the new Ubyssey office and reflect on the past ones.
The new SUB received provisional occupancy today, one of the final steps to opening the building.
Watch the General Services Administration Building get demolished over the course of three weeks.
There will soon be a new $3.5 million baseball training facility at UBC, but it’s only the first step in future director of baseball Terry McKaig’s vision.
B.C. Coroner's office spokesperson Barb McLintock said they identified Cortner earlier this week and are trying to determine how he died or why he was on the property of the Norman Mackenzie House.
Julie Van de Valk and Veronica Knott took the two student rep seats on the Board of Governors.
Three candidates are vying for two positions as student representatives on the Board of Governors.