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Vancouver's pricey housing market impacts recruitment of UBC professors

21 hours agoIt's no secret that Vancouver's housing market is unaffordable, unsustainable, and practically impenetrable. Faculty have been feeling the heat as they struggle to navigate the Bermuda triangle of Vancouver’s real estate.

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Recent UBC science graduate banned from campus

In a letter sent out to students yesterday, UBC chemistry department head Michael Wolf warned of Nguyen's recent conduct, which included asking after female students who had previously had little or no contact with him.

New program to teach graduate students to be "active bystanders"

The Graduate Student Society (GSS) has modified UBC’s active witnessing training to create a new active bystander program, designed to cater more towards specific graduate student situations and use a peer-to-peer model.

UBC's President Ono wins NAAAP 100 award

The National Association of Asian-American Professionals has named UBC president Santa Ono as one of the recipients of their 2016 NAAAP 100 award. The award is given to leaders whom the organization feel represent both their vision and values.

Extensive plans to renovate the Old SUB underway

The modifications to the Old SUB will add the Student Life Centre, comprised of drop-in services catered toward student health and wellness, as well as dedicated spaces for specialized club and enhanced student life in general.