Wills was initially intimidated by the idea of writing a memoir.
Many colleagues and former students echoed how committed Elliott was to her work.
Our Story: Coming Out in the Time of HIV and AIDS follows author Robert Hamilton from the late seventies to the early 2000s as a gay man.
Since 2019, the organization has focused on providing free menstrual products on campus, with a little help from the AMS on the funding front.
I left the church after high school because I felt like I had to pick between being gay and following Jesus. But leaving the church meant leaving behind more than just religion.
Sixty-two per cent of students at UBC Okanagan feel that the UBC administration values students at UBC Vancouver more than UBC Okanagan.
The Chan Centre is hosting a series of virtual concerts called the Dot Com Series, aimed at highlighting artists from around the world.
Here are some ideas for how to reach out and make friends in a time where it might feel more daunting than ever.
The BIPOC Extraordinary Working Group, as it’s formally called, consists of eight students and will act as a go-between when working with administration.
On July 16, Equity and Inclusion hosted a virtual chat with author Eternity Martis. The centre of this event was her novel which shares her experiences at Western University as a Black woman.
Ono promised to fight anti-Asian racism by meeting with a little-known Asian campus group. But how much can it claim to speak for Asian university community members?
The smart thing to do is to put it in the bank or pay off interest on your student loans, but that’s no fun.
“This is part of a broader effort that we’ve been making at the university to normalize and socialize the use of pronouns amongst our community members,” she said.
I was late to lecture because I stayed up on Discord with my friends. My class started at noon.
As patience is running low and stress levels are at an all-time high, put all that chaotic energy into these passive aggressive notes.