The Xicanx: Dreamers + Changemakers exhibition at the Museum of Anthropology (MOA) celebrates Xicanx artists while demonstrating their grit and resilience
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Finals are over, this term and my final year are all done. I’m, by all means, an adult now.
The AMS’s partnership RBC on the RBC Get Seeded program has ended – but the society’s remaining ties with the bank cause concern for students given the latter’s involvement in funding fossil fuels.
The provincial government has announced a funding review to look at how it’s allocating funding to 25 post-secondary institutions, a potential step toward making higher education more affordable.
Candidates for faculty deans will now have to participate in a confidential forum with students, faculty and staff before the selection process is over, due to policy amendments passed by the Senates and the Board of Governors.
Two UBC students glued and chained themselves to the doors of the RBC branch in the Nest to demand the bank respect Indigineous land rights and divest from fossil fuels and the Coastal GasLink pipeline.
UBC will be lifting the COVID-19 vaccine requirement in student residences on April 8, following changes to the public health orders.
A group of Ukrainian students held a rally on campus today, calling on UBC to take stronger action to support students impacted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Cheers erupted in Michael Kingsmill Forum last night at around 9:40 p.m. when AMS Council voted ‘yes’ to urge the university to divest from companies involved in or complicit in human rights violations against Palestinians.
UBC Vancouver Senate met last night to discuss the discontinuation of the university’s rapid testing program and an emergency motion to halt all academic relations with Russian organizations.
The timing of UBC’s decisions around in-person and online schooling, specifically this academic year, has been particularly tricky for immunocompromised students to navigate.
It was the feeling you get when you start falling while dreaming, or when your stomach drops and you feel like something is about to go terribly, terribly wrong.
Recent incidents of racial discrimination involving Campus Security and the RCMP and police brutality against BIPOC individuals have sparked a conversation around what a safe community means.
Ben Du is your new VP administration.
To make sure those qualifications are accurate and their goals are within the scope of the position they’re running for, we’re here to fact-check those claims.