The university has not said why it will not attend this year’s parade — the first since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS) will fill the vacant arts student seats on AMS Council after four of the five recently-elected representatives resigned to work in the offices of AMS execs.
Dr. Mario Gallo has resigned from the University Neighborhood Association (UNA) Board of Directors. Fall election candidate Fei Liu will be replacing Gallo on the Board.
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Halfway through the year, AMS VP academic and university affairs Eshana Bhangu has made progress on most of her goals — but some of the outcome of her advocacy has yet to be seen.
As a former student, Prost acknowledged the challenges that students face with housing, and looks forward to improving land use development.
Gallo also said that she would like to improve the involvement of students. She plans on doing so by collecting their opinions through Qualtrics surveys.
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UBC itself has not seen any such public reports since the start of classes, but both the AMS’s Sexual Assault Support Centre and UBC’s Sexual Violence Prevention Office are aware of the risks on campus right now.
A major concern this election season for students (besides COVID-19) is the scrapping of the Vote on Campus initiative that allowed them to vote at their universities in 2019.
The AMS announcement comes as BC endures its sixth year of its public health emergency due to the overdose crisis. The emergency was declared back in April 2016.
When asked about the advantages of being a student candidate, Binda said his youth, excitement and dedication were a few positives.