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New scholarships offer increased financial support to Indigenous students

37 minutes from now"What we were trying to do is support students from underrepresented student populations, and Aboriginal students are one of those groups of students," said the associate vice-president of enrolment services and registrar.

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What is AMS Council?

During the school year Council meets every two weeks to “set policy, determine budget, and review proposed changes and additions to the AMS,” according to their website. The meetings are open to all students, starting at 6 p.m. every other Wednesday.

BC universities have released campus safety apps — will UBC?

BCIT's own version of the safety app, which just released this month, has gotten a lot of positive feedback, according to Adrian Hingston, assistant director of safety, security and emergency management.

Starting a club at UBC: preparation and passion required

“Starting your club, you should be passionate about it ... starting a new club should never be a chore, it should be a passion," said Alex Yao, the president of the UBC Origami club, which was founded in 2008.

Lind Initiative brings global discussion of US elections to UBC

The United States is in the midst of a polarizing elections season. The UBC community has the opportunity to be actively involved in the relentless debate and discussion through the Lind Initiative by the Liu Institute for Global Issues.