Bhangu was in a two-way race with the current Associate VP Academic Shivani Mehta. The VPAUA race was the only contested AMS executive race this year.
Bhangu is planning on using her experience as vice chair of the Senate Budget Committee in advocating for affordability.
With experience working as the associate VP academic affairs this past year, Mehta wants to focus on developing “attainable, realistic and long-term goals.”
As the only contested AMS executive race in this year’s elections, Shivani Mehta and Eshana Bhangu went back and forth, questioning each other’s track records and plans if elected.
At 5:01 p.m. on Saturday, AMS Elections officials posted on its Facebook page that Bhangu’s right to campaign had been suspended for the next 24 hours — but the team has since downgraded the penalty to 12 hours.
AMS Elections announced Thursday afternoon that officials have issued an official warning to Mehta for using her official AMS email address “in the course of campaign activities.”
Candidates for VP academic and university affairs Eshana Bhangu and Shivani Mehta chased each other’s tails at the first debate of the 2021 AMS elections.
Honestly, I’d be accepting of all of this if it wasn’t for the terrible dialogue. I never thought a Netflix movie could sound so bad.
The first of its kind in Canada, the clinic’s goal is to provide low-income people and their animals with access to legal help in animal-law cases, while allowing law students to gain hands-on experience.
Over the break, the SRC will have a new virtual meeting on Wednesdays between 5 and 6 p.m.
Halfway into her term, Yee has been working on advocating for students in pandemic response and recovery while making slower progress on backburner goals of addressing anti-racism and sexual assault prevention.
The branch is part of UBC’s veteran-friendly campus initiative to make campus more welcoming to veterans and to help them transition back to civilian life.
Part of the AMS’s Sustainability Action Plan unveiled this year, the five-year emissions plan would use data gathered about emissions sources from AMS operations.
UBC guidelines outline different ways students can protect their privacy while using Zoom. Students can turn their cameras off, login with just their first name or a nickname and turn off their microphone.
We’ve sorted the movies into three categories based on intensity, but just in case be sure to lock your front door and sleep with one eye open!