Two UBC students from Richmond who created the petition said the continued suspension of the 480 has made commute times longer for students travelling from Richmond, Delta and Surrey.
The BC Court of Appeals has dismissed former UBC staff member Ian Linkletter’s appeal of a previous judge’s ruling dismissing most of his anti-SLAPP application against Proctorio, extending an over two year-long legal battle.
She won under the Remy the Rat name, but Decker said she intends to serve as president as herself.
The AMS has had a longstanding issue with slow reimbursement payments to club and constituency executives, worsened in recent months by a transition to a new financial system and personnel turnover in November 2022.
Following previous years’ budget processes, the committee was expected to recommend the draft budget be approved by the full Board at its meeting next Friday, March 31.
"Queering” is not just about your gender identity or sexual orientation. If we’ve learned anything from our GRSJ electives, it’s that “queering” means basically whatever you want it to mean. With this in mind, here’s how to queer Storm the Wall next year — always stay prepped.
Remy the Rat — represented by third-year English honours student Esmé Decker — will be the head of the kitchen (and AMS) next year.
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.
Regardless of where you stand on the issues, we strongly encourage you to go out and vote.
Ben Du, the current AMS VP administration, is running to be AMS president with a focus on improving affordability, making AMS operations more efficient and bettering the student experience.
ChatGPT, the AI software scaring academics everywhere, is running to be the next AMS president on a platform of mental health, affordability and transparency.
Presidential candidates AMS VP Administration Ben Du and Remy the Rat — represented by Esmé Decker — talked about their relevant experiences and transparency during the Great Debate on Friday.
Tina Tong, the lone candidate for AMS VP external, has issued an apology for her comments on police at Friday night’s Great Debate.
According to a statement from the Elections Committee, a member of Sawatzky’s campaign used the campaign’s Instagram account to make a comment endorsing another AMS executive candidate.
In the first presidential debate this AMS Election cycle, the two candidates in attendance mostly kept to themselves as they laid out their different visions for the AMS.