The march was organized as a call for UBC to divest from companies that are complicit in human rights violations.
There’s a coastal stretch of land inside the smallest state in the US. It sits along an oceanic passage as if hugging the brisk Atlantic. It’s a sub-rural area but large enough in size that it stretches halfway across the state. It’s quaint, sunny, lively and historic. It’s nothing like busy, fast-paced Vancouver.
The Acne Education Project aims to raise awareness about the mental health impacts of acne and local educate youth.
Student senator attendance at Senate committee meetings this past year has proven variable. Senators who were unable to attend many committee meetings say scheduling flexibility would allow them to better fulfill their roles.
Dozens of students gathered outside of the Minister of Advanced Education’s office yesterday to protest against tuition increases.
Eaton said that though the Senate has taken strides to increase meeting transparency and accessibility in years past, there is always room for improvement.
The caucus — composed of all eighteen student senators in the Vancouver Senate — hope the new website will increase the governing body’s transparency and awareness.
A new nine-week pilot project, the Food Hub Market, recently launched in the CIRS building. On February 16, the project began, providing low cost groceries to anyone on the UBC Vancouver campus.