“We’re coming into an interesting period in the Board of Governors, and I think it’s important to have strong student advocates more than ever."
While his track record has earned praise, his methods have drawn criticism.
Jeanie Malone is seeking a third term on UBC’s Board of Governors (BoG) to take care of some unfinished business.
“A common perception is that the AMS’s work does not matter and does not affect your experience as a student. That’s not true. We’ve seen the AMS make incredible process and do great harm.“
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We think it’s important for students to know when candidates are telling the truth, whether they’re being misleading and where they’re getting their numbers.
AMS candidates talk a lot. Sometimes, it's hard to tell if they're telling the truth.
“There’s only two kinds of people who have a $50 in San Juan. The ones who are leaving and the ones who are arriving,” he says as he pushes the bill back. “So which one are you?”
Holmes said he and two other executives would have resigned if the motion of censure had succeeded.
It was the long-set rivalry between Holmes, the current VP Academic and University Affairs, and Braam, the current AMS law councillor, that defined the debate.
Instead of duking it out over policy, most of the debate was spent quietly sparring over who is best for the job.
Across the university, racialized faculty dedicate a huge amount of time, energy and passion to helping students of colour or bridging divides within the academy.
Schlesinger covered some of the most momentous events of the century. And it all started, more or less, at a dinky student newspaper office.
I’ve never even had a sex. I can cook well, which is apparently the only criteria required. So here are some recipes to put you in the mood, if I knew what “the mood” was or why my mom keeps giggling when I tell her about this piece.
Finance Minister Carole James announced today that the BC government will eliminate all interest on provincial student loans, effective immediately. The decision follows the lead from Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia.