Aside from getting people moving, SISU also places an emphasis on health education.
UBC Vancouver Senate met virtually on Zoom last night and approved motions related to the Russian invasion of Ukraine and new degree requirements for future arts students.
UBC and the AMS have opted to keep their mask mandates in place after the province lifted its mandate — and they plan to continue using their enforcement strategies from before the province's announcement.
The most recent PCR testing data released by the BC Centre for Disease Control shows a drop in the testing positivity rate in the UBC community health area.
The AADC was founded for those students that are interested in practical dissection, but aren’t able to try it out within their own academic program.
Third-year political science student Tate Kaufman is running to be a senator-at-large on the UBC Vancouver Senate on a platform of prioritizing student academics and freedom of choice.
Anisha Sandhu is running for one of five student senator-at-large positions on a platform of increased accessibility, student engagement and action within student government.
Sailing season usually only begins in April, and ends around September, so the club is most active over the summer.
According to new data released by the BC Centre for Disease Control, 9 new cases were reported in the UBC neighbourhood between February 15–21, down from 18 in the previous week.
Isaac Schwein, alongside another climate advocate, glued himself to the glass doors of the RBC on West Hastings and Granville St. around 9:25 a.m. yesterday, blocking customers from entering the bank.
The AMS just launched the Clubs Recovery Benefits, a three-part support plan designed to assist AMS clubs financially and operationally in the coming term.
You hear their names being whispered in the hallways and woven through every other r/UBC thread. There was copypasta, there was controversy and now there’s another Ubyssey article.
All outings and events held by UBC Birding are open to all UBC students by registration, regardless of membership.
Given the high transmissibility of the recent Omicron variant, health experts now say that N95 and KN95 masks should be recommended in indoor public settings.
So what exactly is changing? Here’s a brief picture of what campus will look like for the next four weeks.