The AMS unearthed a 1972 time capsule and put a new one in its place celebrating the Great Trek this Friday. The event took place at the Great Trek Cairn on Main Mall and included speeches from notable former AMS executives on the importance of student activism.
Tucked in a corner of Granville Island, a literary reading and discussion event called Imaginarium took place on July 9 as part of Vancouver’s annual Indian Summer Festival.
Making the last stop of her first Canada tour, 2022 Grammy Award winner Arooj Aftab performed at the Chan Centre on July 13 as part of the Indian Summer Festival.
According to a report issued by the University Neighbourhood Association (UNA), concerns put forth by residents of Wesbrook Village led the UBC Development Board to defer the project and the UNA to withdraw the project application.
Third-year Sauder student Shakil Jessa’s short film Imran and Alykhan debuted on May 12 at this year’s Crazy8s Gala, a competitive opportunity for emerging filmmakers to showcase their work.
Clark closed the three-show Decolonize the Chan series on March 26 with Feast Of The Invisible, an immersive performance that blended ceremonial storytelling, têwêhikan (hand drum) and musical genres from jazz to throat singing.
The sold-out event included six one-act plays, all of which were written and directed by UBC students.
UBC announced the winners of the inaugural Envisioning Equality Art Project, aimed at making UBC more gender-inclusive last week.
Eshana Bhangu, Romina Hajizadeh, Anisha Sandhu, Dana Turdy and Georgia Yee are your next student senators-at-large.
This season was nothing short of impressive, and with a first-round bye, the UBC men's hockey team will now set their sights on returning to the conference finals, and reaching their ultimate goal of playing for the University Cup.
Here, we fact-check statements on everything from funds and fees, freedom of expression on campus, COVID-19 concerns and everything in between.
Second-year arts student Romina Hajizadeh is running to be a senator-at-large on a platform of improving student engagement, advocating for recorded lectures and increasing transparency within the Senate.
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Attempts at making UBC campus more gender-inclusive are underway as the Envisioning Equality Art Project aims to showcase achievements of staff and faculty members via public art.
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