Filmmaker and UBC professor Antoine Bourges’ first feature film, Fail to Appear, is an striking commentary on the shortcomings of Canadian legal systems’ dehumanizing and disempowering approaches to the mental health crisis.
Glass materials put in Most bins are upcycled into the products Mosa sells.
All BC public child care services will be able to offer $10-a-day child care in ChildCareBC’s program set to launch by the end of 2022.
Community members rallied in the snow to advocate for liberty in Iran on campus yesterday.
AMS VP External Erin Co and student representatives from UBC and across the province gathered in Victoria for this year’s provincial lobby week to address current key issues regarding university student welfare last month.
Like the remainder of the Balkans, Novi Sad — which translates to “new plantation” in Serbian — was always a cross-road. Novi Sad is special in its ability to distinctly capture all the different cultures that have influenced the area.
The food plan transitioned from an item-to-item paid declining debit system to a one-time paid system in which students have unlimited access to meals at all residence halls.
The science behind burnout starts in the brain.
The AMS is expecting to collect $4.2 million in discretionary revenue, spend $5.45 million and run a $1.25 million deficit during the 2022/23 fiscal year.
UBC’s Equity and Inclusion Office saw over 1,100 discrimination-related cases this year, an approximately 75 per cent increase from last year, according to this year’s Human Rights Report.
From interrupting classes to die-ins and hunger strikes, new climate activism group Save Old Growth’s activity on UBC’s campus has sparked both support and ire from the UBC community.
As the Omicron variant surges worldwide, we spoke to some of UBC’s student community to see how they are adapting and coping with this new chapter in the pandemic.
The shuttles will be free to ride and could launch as early as winter 2022.
This past week was Transgender Awareness Week leading up to today’s Transgender Day of Remembrance. The Ubyssey talked to UBC community members about the significance of this week and day.