The new meetings, held every other Monday between 7:00pm and 8:00pm over Zoom, are inclusive of all recovery pathways and allow women and gender diverse students to express themselves more freely while sharing their recovery journeys.
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Following a surge in COVID-19 cases in India and Pakistan, the Canadian government implemented flight bans on travel between Canada and these countries at the end of April for 30 days.
The 2021 federal and provincial budgets promise new investments in and support for post-secondary students in economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, some grad students feel they’ve been overlooked.
While the AMS saw privacy breaches through its student engagement platform CampusBase last year, Evans said students’ information is safe.
On Sunday evening, the site, studentaidbc.ca, was replaced with a black screen with green text, seeming to be links to a group of hackers’ profiles on a Persian-language webpage.
The CUS told students in an April email that the society had cut ties with Flurrish back in December, losing $20,160 in the process.
The hearing, intended to take place yesterday and today, has been tentatively rescheduled for late July due to Proctorio’s new filings and requests.
AMS Council ran for over four hours on Wednesday night. Here’s a recap of what you might have missed at the jam-packed meeting.
In an email sent to students on April 27, the Go Global team wrote that the decision was made based on advice and guidelines from the BC CDC, Global Affairs Canada and UBC’s Student Safety Abroad Policy.
Since 2019, the organization has focused on providing free menstrual products on campus, with a little help from the AMS on the funding front.
The project, led by the UBC Black Caucus with funding from the IBPOC Connections initiative in the Equity & Inclusion Office, ran for the month of March.
Following an announcement on the event page that it was to be rescheduled, several outlets reported that the cancellation was due to pressure from student activists over Bal being chosen as a speaker.
The expansion will provide a multipurpose space for Indigenous students, faculty and staff on campus.
Some UBC medicine students have voiced concerns over the lack of available postgraduate residency spots after the BC NDP promised to build a second medical school in the province.
Restaurants along University Boulevard have erected plastic barriers around their outdoor seating area, raising concerns over the spread of COVID-19 by both public health experts and those within the university community.