On October 4, the Persian Club worked alongside community members to organize a march from the Nest to the Engineering Cairn following government crackdowns on protesters in Iran in response to the death of Mahsa Amini.
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On September 24 over Homecoming weekend, UBC held a simulcast symposium across its Okanagan and Vancouver campuses to kick off their fundraising and alumni engagement campaign.
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UBC piloted a Wellness Mentors Program aimed at supporting BIPOC students, however it is no longer running. UBC says it is still committed to supporting BIPOC’s mental health through various other programs.
Students at the School of Social Work are calling UBC’s commitment to reconciliation and decolonization into question after not receiving a response to an open letter critical of the university’s communications and handling of the mourning of Queen Elizabeth II.
The totally normal Sauder student sitting next to you at Koerner's has said “It just really feels like we’re living in a panopticon, you know, like Foucault.” And you’ve started to panic. They’re a philosophy minor.
I first realized that Vancouver-based comedian and UBC alum Ed Hill was something special when, nine days before I saw him perform at the Vancouver Fringe Festival, he told me that his latest show Stupid Ed would end on a sombre note.
Electoral Area A is an unincorporated region of Metro Vancouver which encompasses UBC and the University Endowment Lands.
UBC's Board of Governors appointed Dr. Deborah Buszard as UBC's interim president. Buszard will take over from six-year President Santa Ono on October 14.
Over the weekend, the UBC Thunderbirds men’s hockey team opened their regular season against the visiting University of Calgary Dinos. After a hard-fought two games, UBC came away with three of four possible points.
Tiny sunglasses and slip dresses aren’t the only ‘90s trends coming back: a local arts organization is using disposable cameras to make the Vancouver art scene easier to access.
UBC men’s soccer was held to a loss and a draw by the University of Northern British Columbia Timberwolves in a weekend doubleheader at Thunderbird Stadium.
UBC women’s hockey split their season-opening games this weekend, beating the University of Calgary Dinos 5–2 before losing 3–0 in Calgary.
UBC women’s soccer improved to 10–1 in conference play after a comfortable 3–1 win over the Thompson Rivers University Wolfpack (4–4–2) at Thunderbird Stadium on Saturday.