Until such time as UBC or the AMS steps up, the burden lies on us students to demand the support required to allow everyone, regardless of financial resources, to access the health they deserve and need to best succeed in their studies, writes Marie Erikson.
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Calgary is commonly associated with conservativism, oil and gas, extremely cold weather and most importantly, being cowboy crazy. This is something I have run into whenever I introduce myself as a Calgarian. And for the most part, these are all true.
UBC’s Board of Governors met on Wednesday in the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre at UBC Vancouver to say goodbye to the interim president and to hear a presentation on student financial aid.
With plenty of returning players and the addition of new promising talents, here’s what to anticipate for the Thunderbird hockey seasons.
In a presentation to the Board of Governors on September 13th, the Student Health and Wellbeing Leadership Team announced this year’s goals for enhancing health services through an integrated approach.
When Thomas Beckman was a child, he always stayed to watch the credit scenes in movies simply because he was immersed in the music.
The AMS signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Interfraternity Council (IFC) last Wednesday, four years after the student society removed the frats’ status as an AMS club.
As a child, my parents would take the three of us kids to T&T to buy doujiang. The predictability of the store was comforting. White waxed floors, edged by subtle grime; the smell of plastic wrap and the mist they sprayed to keep the vegetables fresh. The bright lights, the temperature, the layout — these elements create theoretically perfect conditions, yet are too sterile to make me feel at home.
UBC’s women’s field hockey team split their weekend series at home against the University of Victoria Vikes, winning Saturday’s game 2–1 and losing Sunday’s game 3–1.
Why are you still reading this? You need to get the fuck to Clubs Fair and ride that proverbial and literal bull.
Welcome to the age of the ‘Plasticene’, a world so infected with plastics that they’ve embedded themselves in our fossil record. Microplastics are infiltrating global water systems, causing scientists, activists and governments to sound the alarm.
The Thunderbirds handily racked up five goals against the University of Alberta Pandas at Ken Woods Field under crisp September sunlight on Sunday.
This policy isn’t simply in the spirit of mischievously enabling young love (or, more realistically, situationships that last for the two hardest months of the term before painfully and inexplicably fizzling out).
UBC using floor lounges as temporary housing for first-year students.
Too often, cheerleading is stereotyped as girls just waving pompoms. But the UBC Cheer Club shows just how physically and mentally demanding a sport cheer really is.