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AMS to lobby province to legislate student housing rights

“Ultimately I was disappointed to hear what they had decided, but really, I attribute it to the structure that they have with student housing,” said Simpson when asked about the decision of the RHA to vote against supporting the AMS campaign.

Transit Update Hub

All bus drivers and transit workers in West Vancouver will go on an indefinite strike from tomorrow onwards, according to their union. Buses affected include: 250, 250A, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259, and C12.

UBC consults community on Athletics and Recreation “GamePlan”

UBC’s Recreation and Athletic Facilities Strategy is undergoing public consultation until October 23. This strategy, otherwise known as the UBC “GamePlan,” addresses certain needs of the university such as aging facilities and recreational centers.

UBC and UW explore possible research collaboration

An agreement between BC Premier Christy Clark and Washington Governor Jay Inslee means UBC will be collaborating with the University of Washington more in the future. UBC and UW have emphasized the importance of using their independent strengths.

UBC holds official opening ceremony for Orchard Commons

Located at the intersection of West Mall and Agronomy Road, the new $125.9 million facility is one of five commons projects on UBC’s Point Grey campus. Orchard Commons was completed through a partnership between SHHS and Vantage College.

UBC Equity and Inclusion to hire new director of conflict management

According to Equity and Inclusion, the ideal candidate for director will have an understanding of models of conflict management, experience in resolving conflicts in a variety of settings as well as justice institute training.