Is Vancouver's annual Hot Chocolate Festival nothing more than a very well done marketing ploy? Yes. Will I continue to happily hand over my money? Also yes.
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The Simon K.Y. Lee Global Lounge and Resource Centre, or the Global Lounge, has been temporarily closed since September 2023. It is set to re-open this term, with changes to programming.
Last month, strong winds caused multiple power outages on the UBC Vancouver campus, resulting in many students taking to social media to share updates.
Starting this fall, international students will no longer be able to receive the Trek Excellence Scholarship, which was previously available to all students at UBC.
Following the city of Vancouver’s evictions of homeless encampments in the Downtown Eastside, several UBC and non-UBC academics signed onto an open letter calling on the city of Vancouver to stop the evictions.
UBC plans to add 3300 beds to on-campus housing in the next ten years, but the AMS says that this is not enough to meet growing student numbers.
Due to snowy conditions towards the end of the final examination period last term, UBC canceled and rescheduled December 20 exams to the beginning of term two.
The reviews began in summer 2021, and were projected to be fully implemented by September 2022, but have not been complete. The policies were passed in 2019, and are supposed to be reviewed every two years.
The book club brings together a community of avid readers at UBC, meeting monthly to discuss pre-selected books, and connecting online to share their favourite reads.
The UBC Vancouver Senate met this Wednesday to welcome new staff and senators, grant 2022 fall graduates their degrees and discuss some changes and additions to existing academic programs. Here’s what you might’ve missed.
Gloria Sun, manager of nutrition and wellbeing at UBC and the in-house dietitian for first-year residences, said the broader goal of removing nutritional information was to help students “improve their relationship with food in the body and in the mind.”
The UBC MMHC was formed officially just this past summer, by a group of friends with the goal of encouraging open discussion and support for men.
The Arts Student Centre (ASC) is running to be the next AMS VP finance on a platform based on communication, financial transparency and increased support for student involvement in clubs.
I remember being thirteen, having my first crush, and finding this one song on Youtube that perfectly described how my paper mache teenage heart felt.
Since two separate pedestrian-involved car collisions along NW Marine Drive last fall, members of the UBC community have been calling for safety improvements on the road.