Berman announced his resignation in a statement released Friday on the SPPH website.
Beginning January 7, any travellers to Canada will need a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before their flights are set to take off, with a few exceptions.
Last night, AMS Council met over Zoom to discuss modifications to student government elections and a budget deficit amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The AMS quietly released a CampusBase privacy impact assessment in December, a month and a half after execs promised to do so at the society’s annual general meeting in October.
AMS Council met on Wednesday night for its last meeting of 2020 to discuss next year’s elections, student services usage this term and the society’s financial statements from 2019/20.
AMS Council met last night over Zoom to discuss the new ethics and accountability committee, VP External Kalith Nanayakkara’s apparent conflict of interest and recent allegations of cheating in MATH 100.
AMS councillors met over Zoom to discuss the climate emergency, Proctorio and a new housing service.
UBC will now use Dr. when referring to faculty members in press releases after a controversial op-ed about Dr. Jill Biden that sparked debate among faculty members.
UBC and the AUS have a draft agreement over usage of the forthcoming Arts Student Centre. The Ubyssey broke down what’s in it.
With discussions of academic misconduct, a new program and external reviews, here’s what you need to know.
University RCMP is looking for information after five males stole a Christmas tree from the lobby of a Gray Avenue building on December 2.
In two emails posted to Reddit, Dr. Tamara Freeman and Dr. Edward Neeland, both associate professors in chemistry, appear to have written to students in their classes that they suspected students had cheated on their final exams.
Over the break, the SRC will have a new virtual meeting on Wednesdays between 5 and 6 p.m.
A recently published report on systemic anti-Indigenous racism within BC’s health care system made several policy recommendations applicable to UBC’s faculty of medicine and School of Nursing.
For young people, dealing with online school, work uncertainty and social isolation in a time when they would usually be expanding their networks poses additional strain.
On Tuesday, December 8, the BC government introduced legislation to secure funding for the BC Recovery Benefit, projected to help around 3.7 million British Columbians.
It is uncertain when the U-Pass website will be up again, according to TransLink spokesperson Dan Mountain.
At the Board of Governors Finance Committee meeting on November 20, UBCO Provost and VP Academic and Research Ananya Mukherjee-Reed announced a proposal to pause student enrolment growth next year at the Okanagan campus.
According to a 2019/20 financial statement, the AMS is currently $58.8 million in debt, most of which is due to a loan taken out to pay for the Nest, and is running a $4.2 million overall deficit this year along with a $227,473 estimated operational deficit.
The AMS has still not released its internal privacy assessment of the new clubs management system.
While the AMS VP administration said it did not know how many people from the film crew were present, he noted that their usage of the Nest was likely a one-time occurrence.
The BC Prosecution Service announced that Constable Jarrod Sidhu was charged with one count of assault with a weapon and Constable Jagpreet Ghuman was charged with one count of assault.