The AMS Sustainable Action Plan (ASAP) outlines how your student society will improve its sustainability going forward. Besides outlining how the AMS will practice sustainability, it also states the AMS’s commitment to ethical and sustainable purchasing, including guidelines for licensees, contractors and employers.
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We’re in the final stretch of the semester and oh boy, is it hard. Homesickness is starting to hit and you’re just starting to realize that the elective you took for an easy A is dragging your average way down. It’s slump city.
Here’s what to expect at the November 16 Senate meeting.
“Isn’t the weather beautiful? I can’t believe it’s not raining. It’s like, who did this?” The answer is, no, the weather is not nice. And the climate crisis did this.
On Wednesday night, AMS Council is set to vote on a motion to revise its Records Policy (SR2) that, if passed, would mean members of the AMS, which are students, cannot request access to internal correspondence or raw data (data collected by or for the AMS).
Here's what you need to know for the October 2022 Senate meeting.
The UBC Senate is one of the two highest governing bodies at UBC. But what does it really do?
Dispelling the big myth about the arts degree and highlighting its importance in a changing world.
The AMS has acted on the letter of its commitment, but not the spirit — your tuition is still being used to trade your future for short-term profit by supporting RBC, Canada’s largest fossil fuel financier.
In the Indigenous world, storytelling is how we know everything we know. Knowledge passed down from generation to generation, changing and evolving as the world does, too.
While I myself am still learning about myself and what it means for me to fit in, I would and will never hide the fact that I am mixed.
With regards to Indigenous documentation and similar matters, I would ask that settler individuals truly listen to Indigenous individuals.
Wearing my regalia after years of the pandemic keeping us from gathering and celebrating our culture together was a powerful experience.
My great grandfather was a residential school survivor, but was also a very proud Catholic man who found solace in his relationship with God.
We hope that this supplement shines light on Indigenous resistance, resilience, and excellence and shows the current rekindling of Indigenous culture taking place in so-called “Canada”.