As anti-Asian racism gains attention on campus, some students are concerned about the barriers to reporting discriminatory incidents they’ve experienced.
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RAs will be joining Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 116.
We’ve recapped what senators talked about at their meeting last night, from changes to the way Senate votes to revisions to teaching evaluation and appeals processes.
The exec was under investigation for a potential conflict of interest stemming from his role as president of ThePlug Vancouver.
The ministry is investing $3.75 million dollars to support an additional 250 graduate awards with a minimum of $15,000 each.
Following weeks of advocacy from pharmacy students, Vancouver Coastal Health has agreed to establish equal pay between pharmacy and health care student COVID-19 immunizers in the Lower Mainland.
Four uncontested races, no referendums on the ballot and the lowest voter turnout in over a decade. The first all-virtual AMS elections was one for the history books, but perhaps not in the best way.
The Sauder School of Business initially told faculty that they could still use Proctorio if they disabled its video functions, but later retracted its announcement.
UBC’s COVID-19 rapid screening test pilot program has expanded to include athletes, select students who live in upper-year residence and other groups as encouraged by public health — including fraternity members.
Provincial flip-flopping on religious gatherings has forced religious campus groups to take their worship online.
UBC Okanagan announced that it will begin offering a Bachelor of Nsyilxcn Language Fluency — the first of its kind at a Canadian university — this September.
VP Finance Lucia Liang said she could not specifically disclose what the increase of the fees was due to for confidentiality and legal reasons.
After a year in which RAs said they felt unsupported by UBC in COVID-19 safety, RAs will be voting on whether to unionize on Tuesday.
Even if we spent most of it online, this year proved that something’s always happening at UBC. Here are the ten biggest stories that impacted the community.
The Centre of Learning and Teaching Technology said that it is available to support TAs who were struggling to confront their professors about workload challenges.