Hillel BC and the Chabad Jewish Student Centre (CJSC) collaboratively set up a “Mitzvah Marathon” booth today as a response to the pro-Nazi incidents that occurred on campus last week.
For the “fifth [time] in four years,” the Vancouver development permit board has rejected the condo tower proposal at 105 Keefer in Chinatown, which has been criticized as a harbinger for further gentrification into the historical Vancouver district.
Three confirmed cases of mumps within the Bachelor of Commerce student population have been reported, according to a broadcast email from the Sauder undergraduate office.
UBC has partnered with with Canada’s only national low-power network, eleven-X, to collect data on the usage of accessible parking spaces on UBC’s Vancouver campus. If found that the demand for handicapped parking spaces is higher than the amount that are currently provided, this project will lead to enhanced handicapped parking spaces across UBC.
A team of UBC researchers, led by Professor David Granville, made a chance discovery that may lead to the creation of a drug to defy skin aging.
The province of B.C. has set aside $100,000 for a book that celebrates the achievements of eminent Chinese Canadians.
The recent drop in oil prices in Canada is shaping out to be part of a larger, worldwide trend, but its longterm effects are still uncertain.
UBC has released it's annual report on animal testing.
New research shows that there is a 98 per cent chance that B.C.'s population of Chinook salmon could suffer irreparable losses by 2100.
In the wake of a new term, the AMS is making strides to offer students diverse opportunities to de-stress and explore their interests.
A team of UBC researchers is launching a specialized telescope from Antarctica to study the expansion of the primordial universe.
The Vancouver School of Economics Undergraduate Society is on track to become an official AMS constituency by the end of the school year.
UBC astronomy and physics professor Jaymie Matthews recently contributed to the discovery of a new planet light years beyond our solar system.
A UBC psychology study suggests that limiting the number of times you check your email can reduce stress.
The Ponderosa Commons residence complex has been experiencing a series of maintenance and service problems.
The class action lawsuit alleging UBC’s negligence led to the destruction of over 400 men’s sperm has won another victory towards proving UBC liable.
Carrie Jenkins and Jonathan Ichikawa have become the targets of threatened litigation from prominent philosopher Brian Leiter over a recent blog post.
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.
UBC PhD candidate Stephanie Grothe and post-doctoral fellow Neil Charles Mackenzie were found dead on Monday, January 12, following an ice climbing accident.