Seventh-seeded UBC women’s volleyball defeated top-seeded Trinity Western University (TWU) Spartans in five sets to win the program’s 13th national championship on Sunday night.
Every year, UBC releases a report of data on student demographics, admission, enrolment and retention rates, and every year, The Ubyssey breaks down the sixty pages of data down to what you need to know.
UBC women’s volleyball defeated the sixth-seeded University of Manitoba Bisons in four sets on Saturday night.
Women’s volleyball is hosting U Sports nationals from March 17–19 at the War Memorial Gym.
UBC women’s volleyball lost against the Winnipeg Wesmen in four sets on February 10 and 11, but both games culminated in head coach Doug Reimer honouring the team’s six graduating seniors.
Here we're covering major platform points from candidates in every race — president, VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA), VP administration, VP external, VP finance, Senate and the Board of Governors.
Here we're covering the second Debate from March 2 where the candidates for VP finance, Senate and the Board of Governors debated each other. The lone VP external candidate was scheduled to debate as well, but she was absent.
Here we're covering the Great Debate from March 3 where candidates in every race — VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA), VP administration, president, VP external, VP finance, Senate and the Board of Governors — debated each other across six hours.
Here we're covering the first debate from February 28 where the candidates for VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA), VP administration and president all debated each other.
Leonard Wang is running for the Board of Governors (BoG) to work toward increasing UBC’s international reputation, improving undergraduate experiences and promoting equity, diversity and inclusion.
Finding yourself isn’t easy. In fact, it’s the hardest thing you can do.
Last night, AMS Council met to discuss the 2022/23 budget reforecast which projects a significantly reduced deficit for this year.
UBC’s Board of Governors met yesterday on Zoom to say goodbye to outgoing governors, hear an update about the search for UBC’s next president and a brief presentation on UBC’s upcoming priorities from Interim President Deborah Buszard.
Students, faculty and staff can complete the anonymous survey online. The deadline for survey responses is February 23.