The day after Block Party, half a dozen seagulls flew above cans, spilled food, pieces of wood, a broken plastic chair and a folding table littering the plaza outside the Nest as students not affiliated with the AMS cleaned up the mess.
The AMS Elections Committee is facing criticism for its decision to bar candidates from talking to student groups before campaign period starts — a break from a longstanding election norm.
The faculty has faced its share of ethical concerns in recent memory. Last summer, a group of students was criticized for defending slavery in a class presentation.
On Sunday evening, the site, studentaidbc.ca, was replaced with a black screen with green text, seeming to be links to a group of hackers’ profiles on a Persian-language webpage.
As anti-Asian racism gains attention on campus, some students are concerned about the barriers to reporting discriminatory incidents they’ve experienced.
We’ve recapped what senators talked about at their meeting last night, from changes to the way Senate votes to revisions to teaching evaluation and appeals processes.
Henry will receive a Doctor of Science degree from UBC Vancouver while Thunberg will receive a Doctor of Laws from UBC Okanagan.
The Interfraternity Council president said that the students in the video are all from the same household and were on their own property.
There are only seven members on the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Lightfoot was selected as the representative from North America.
The incident was harrowing for communities on both sides of the border amid rising anti-Asian sentiment. Closer to home, Asian students on campus have felt the impacts.
In an email sent to students graduating in May, President Santa Ono announced that the online ceremony will be on Wednesday, June 2, 2021.
The patients are at the Complex Activation Medical Unit, where new admissions and transfers have been halted and visits to the units have been suspended until the hospital lifts outbreak protocols — save end-of-life visits.
The AMS Interactive Sustainability Centre is moving ahead as planned after a decision to set aside $26,000 in funding passed by only one vote.
Before it was repainted, the Cairn was covered with a drawing of genital openings surrounded by the words “vagina,” “pu$$y” and “WAP.”
Dr. Bonnie Henry has told the presidents of BC universities to prepare for a fully in-person fall semester.