More than a dozen people rallied in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery on Sunday afternoon in solidarity with UBC alumna Loujain Al-Hathloul and other women’s rights activists currently detained in Saudi Arabia.
While the exact date for the reveal of the Thunderbird sculpture is not confirmed, the AMS believes in the importance of the statue.
Undergraduate students may soon be able to take journalism courses pending a potential merger between the journalism school and an undergraduate writing department.
Hundreds marched in Vancouver on February 14 to honour and recognize missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls across the country.
What do you do when an authority figure makes insensitive or problematic remarks in the classroom setting?
Last month, the BC Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU) released a report titled “Heroin Compassion Clubs,” which pushes forward the idea of legalized prescription heroin as a harm reduction practice.
UBC Blood for Life decided to host the drive in hopes of recruiting more bi-racial donors.