The Arts Undergraduate Society leaked the email addresses of over 360 students in a mass email about its new arts student discount program.
So this year, find the time to vote. Take the time to translate your angry Reddit comments and venting sessions with your friends about the AMS and UBC into a vote.
AMS VP Academic & University Affairs (VPAUA) Eshana Bhangu is running for president on a wide-ranging platform centred on fighting for student interests.
Sydney Harakal, a third-year arts student, is running for AMS president with what they call an outsider’s perspective and a focus on “making things better for people.”
The Pan, an inanimate object, is running for AMS president on a platform of affordability, sustainability, engagement and not wanting to get elected.
Wesley Choi, a third-year politics and history student, is running for AMS president on a platform of transparency and student engagement.
Saad Shoaib, the current AMS VP external, is running for the student society’s president on a platform of expanding the number of amenities and support services available to students.
Sharp divisions emerged between two current AMS execs at the second presidential debate on Thursday evening.
Over a hundred students were seen crowded outside of The Pit in the Nest on Wednesday night, with many not wearing masks.
Belokon and Syvytska both would like to see UBC do more to raise awareness and aid students impacted by the war.
In their first debate of the 2022 AMS elections, the seven candidates for AMS president largely agreed on many issues, but divisions between veterans and newcomers emerged.
UBC is discontinuing its rapid testing program for those who are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated or those who chose not to declare their vaccination status.
The RAs have launched the unionization campaign following compensation concerns and “long unpredictable, and often unsustainable work hours.”
The RCMP are asking the public to remain aware after a woman was sexually assualted in Pacific Spirit Park on Tuesday, February 15.
After nine months of delays, former UBC staff member Ian Linkletter argued that Proctorio’s confidentiality lawsuit against him was meritless in the BC Supreme Court this week.