Student debt a hot topic this election circuit

a minute agoAll of the federal parties have come out with election promises aimed at cutting down on student debt, but which one is actually best for students?

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Medicine faculty considers removing science pre-reqs

The proposal has been a part of discussions relating to changes around the medical school curriculum since 2012. It will be discussed at the UBC faculty of medicine’s next full faculty meeting at the end of November.

How the pump-up around football will change campus (for the better)

UBC is famous for a lot of things – beautiful campus, world-class research facilities, diverse student body. But overwhelming school spirit isn’t the first thing you think of when you think of UBC. With the help of some free beer and a campus-wide engagement in football games, this could soon be changing.

Student political groups and their relationship to the parties

With the 2015 election season upon us, no one has been more active around campus lately then UBC’s student political groups. More than anything, these students are trying to make UBC students do the unexpected: vote.

Library Garden to be redesigned

The university is putting together a proposal to redesign the library garden as a part of UBC’s Public Realm Plan. The initiative, approved in 2009, allots $46 million for the redesign of campus public outdoor spaces.

Stakeholder input of utmost priority in search for new president

“What will determine the success of the search is who’s on the committee,” said Chancellor Lindsay Gordon in an interview with The Ubyssey. “So obviously we want to attract the best possible representatives of the stakeholders.”