The program is mainly structured around the six participating students providing hands-on legal aid to clients. In addition, the program includes a seminar component, allowing each student to present and discuss the issues.
“I have a particular aversion to what most laptop orchestras look like. It’s a bunch of people sitting at their laptops all coding and you cannot tell who’s creating what sound where,” said Pritchard. “It looks like everyone’s checking their email.”
Drawing from a wide range of influences and having no formal musical training, Tavares likens her songwriting process to cooking. “I learned a couple of chords on the guitar, I practiced a bit – I just let it flow."
With a few hours left, take a look back at the campaign before it ends.
Schneider credits the UBC community as an important starting point in his career. Schneider has played several shows for The Calendar and is set to perform at this weekend’s Generocksity event. According to Schnedier, however, UBC sometimes feels like a self-contained bubble that is hard to break out of.
Above all, it is Dheepan’s timeliness in today’s context that makes it such an affecting film.
Some professors have had a noticeably lukewarm response to the recently launched exam database.
Avetis Muradyan, president of the ASA, contends that the Armenian Genocide remains highly relevant in modern times.
Thomas Beckman, who studied classical viola at UBC, recently wrote and recorded the soundtrack for the film Colours of Edziza.
Taylor’s entry, "When Pigs Fly," was directed by two brothers from Maple Ridge and bested some 4,900 other submissions to win $50,000 and Super Bowl airtime
Brendan Taylor has a sporting chance at 30 seconds of Super Bowl limelight -- and a $1,000,000 cash prize.