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.
The fee is not only waived for those individuals who hold citizenship, but also those with a permanent address in Afghanistan.
Two UBC professors said they are planning to teach their courses online until the number of COVID-19 cases decrease and additional safety measures are adopted by BC, despite a return to in-person learning.
During the lecture, Naqvi analyzed the current prejudices and misconceptions about what it means to be an Afghan.
UBC and the AMS have implemented new policies to help second-year students who have never been to campus or Vancouver find on- or off-campus housing.
The Mood Disorders Clinic is currently looking for participants for the Mood and Cognition Study. An undergraduate research assistant on this project discussed the study — and what it can mean for those suffering from a mood disorder.
After a year that involved careful planning and consultations with Indigenous peoples, the faculty of medicine released its report, "Reckoning with the Truth, Working Together for a Better Future."
The minor's website calls the program interdisciplinary and interdepartmental, with a goal of helping students to perform data science tasks in conjunction with their major.