Berman announced his resignation in a statement released Friday on the SPPH website.
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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.
While the Nest reopened in May 2020, recreational sports clubs are still unable to book rooms for club activities due to provincial health orders. Club officials still have access to their rooms but it is limited to one person at a time.
Last night, AMS Council met over Zoom to discuss modifications to student government elections and a budget deficit amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“One year later, the question remains: will UBC stay true to its declaration?”
Skate Canada has cancelled 2021 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships, which was planned to occur from February 8-14, 2021 at our own Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre.
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.
The project also incorporates the use of virtual reality technology as a tool for teaching the Nisga’a language to Nisga’a people living both within and outside of Nisga’a territory.
The president and vice-chancellor said he flew to Baltimore last month to care for his parents. UBCO Deputy Vice-Chancellor Lesley Cormack also revealed a December Edmonton trip.
Cases on campus are not reported to the university community unless contact tracing is impossible, said a Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) spokesperson.
The director of the School of Population and Public Health has admitted to travelling over the holidays in a letter posted today on the school’s website.
Despite the website being non-functional, students will still be able to access their U-Pass.
A year after UBC declared a climate emergency, the Climate Hub and Climate Emergency Task Force have been working throughout the pandemic.
Public health authorities have contacted UBC to potentially store vaccines, the university has confirmed.
Those with lower perceived socioeconomic class were more likely to think power is obtained through manipulative ways.