Following previous years’ budget processes, the committee was expected to recommend the draft budget be approved by the full Board at its meeting next Friday, March 31.
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According to UBC experts, concerns about your friendly neighbourhood chatbot might be overblown.
Last night, AMS Council met for the first time since the end of the 2023 AMS Elections. AMS Elections Administrator Max Holmes made recommendations to increase turnout in future elections and President Eshana Bhangu spoke about ways to increase executive oversight.
"Queering” is not just about your gender identity or sexual orientation. If we’ve learned anything from our GRSJ electives, it’s that “queering” means basically whatever you want it to mean. With this in mind, here’s how to queer Storm the Wall next year — always stay prepped.
Despite being volunteers, Priest and his analytics team understand the value they provide to the Thunderbirds’ on-ice results, and they’re committed to playing a part in the development.
On March 18, cosplayers, J-pop fans and all flavours of anime enthusiasts transformed the Nest's Great Hall into a celebration of Japanese culture. Enter UBC Anime Club’s Pop-Up Hanami: one of the biggest events of the year by one of the biggest clubs on campus.
During the fall 2022 term, UBC’s fitness centres — ARC and Birdcoop — saw a 25 per cent decrease in average daily gym attendance in the exam period.
Seventh-seeded UBC women’s volleyball defeated top-seeded Trinity Western University (TWU) Spartans in five sets to win the program’s 13th national championship on Sunday night.
Since you’re reading this, I’m going to assume that you, at least to some degree, identify as a romantic. The problem for romantics like us is that we are often labelled cliché. Rightfully so, too — when you’re in love, everything feels like it’s out of a fairytale, every moment is a tableau and every word is poetry.
Every year, UBC releases a report of data on student demographics, admission, enrolment and retention rates, and every year, The Ubyssey breaks down the sixty pages of data down to what you need to know.
Toward the end of each triennium, the Senate undergoes a triennial review, seeking out feedback from all senators and the wider UBC community to inform how work is done within Senate committees and in the Senate more broadly. By providing feedback, you can change how the Senate operates over the next three years.
Filmmaker and UBC professor Antoine Bourges’ first feature film, Fail to Appear, is an striking commentary on the shortcomings of Canadian legal systems’ dehumanizing and disempowering approaches to the mental health crisis.
A small group of Sikh students silently protested ongoing human rights violations in Punjab in front of Koerner Library on March 20 before joining a larger rally outside the Vancouver Art Gallery (VAG).
Wagwan bro, it's Esther. I've been told to describe myself in my journal by my therapist. I’ve been slinking around my micro-suite ever since graduation — uni tings, ahem — and now I ruminate on my next move.
So instead of wasting away in pre-spring limbo, why not do some stretches, find a bamboo pole, and make the limbo work for you?