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UBC cuts down trees to make room for developments

10 hours agoUBC is currently in the process of cutting down 95 trees across campus to make room for upcoming developments. However, UBC noted that an equal or greater number of trees will be replanted once the projects are complete.

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LGBTQ training coming to UBC's Faculty of Education

Thanks to a generous donation from the ARC Foundation, beginning in September 2016 everyone in the faculty — including teaching candidates, faculty staffs, graduate students and the dean — will be receiving LGBTQ training.

BC students to write fewer provincials

High school students will soon be required to write two provincial exams instead of five as a part of a new curriculum being instituted in British Columbia. UBC said this change will probably not have a major impact on admissions.

Everything that happened at Wednesday's Senate meeting

Wednesday’s senate meeting featured a presentation about the upcoming sexual assault policy, a speech from an animal rights activists, an update on the presidential search and a standing ovation for Martha Piper.

Fink pleads not guilty to mischief charge in court appearance

Brooklyn Fink, the woman charged with mischief for burning down the UBC Pride Flag in February, had her most recent appearance in court today. She pled not guilty to her charge in front of a judge in the Richmond Provincial Court.

Bubble tea shop replacing Lowercase cafe in the Nest

At the last AMS Council meeting, it was announced that a bubble tea shop will be opening at the Nest this summer. It will be taking the spot of the former Lowercase coffee shop, on the basement level.