At a film screening in Sarajevo, Drljača said that youth saw themselves reflected. “They’ve seen the story lines amongst their circles of friends.”
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Nearly one month after school started, students received a notification from UBC informing them to complete a mandatory return to campus orientation course by October 18.
In January 2022, the Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS)’s Arts Student Centre will open with space for students to study, collaborate and lounge.
From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., students will not have access to hot water, WiFi, laundry machines, elevators, stoves and other electrical appliances
His work is largely composed of lobbying municipal, provincial and federal governments, which means that much of his first seven months in office has been spent organizing lobbying efforts for next term.
The committee was formed to provide culturally relevant and mindful recommendations to the GSS to promote indigeneity, as well as Indigenous representation and engagement within the society.
DECAP, a startup that created a device to safely remove and reuse needle caps from syringes, realized after piloting its first device that it had an opportunity to tackle needle cap waste.
Currently, the only public records of the summer AMS Council meetings come from The Ubyssey’s coverage on Twitter and website, as well as AMS Council summaries produced by the student society.
The Acadia Park Residents Association (APRA) board is drafting a letter to UBC to create a plan to remove ice and snow in the future.
To address the under-representation of Black medical students at UBC and Black physicians in BC at large, UBC's faculty of medicine will be rolling out a Black MD student admissions stream this summer.
When Su Alice Wang created a petition to call on UBC to prevent a proposed residence expansion from removing 31 trees, she hoped to get 100 signatures. In a little less than two weeks, it has garnered almost 19,000.
The SLFS is a student-funded group that helps students cover their legal fees and supports them with misconduct cases. Each year, students elect five people to serve on the group’s Board.
Lam was appointed by the province for this position, joining the Board that is responsible for the “management, administration and control of the property, revenue, business and affairs of the University.”