The data was released July 16 via the BCCDC’s regional COVID-19 dashboard and is composed of data from June 8 to June 14.
As COVID-19 numbers fall across the province, UBC and its surrounding neighbourhood saw a per capita case rate of zero instances per 100,000 residents between June 1 and June 7.
Data posted on the BCCDC COVID-19 dashboard demonstrates a slight uptick in COVID-19 prevalence on campus as of May 31.
The rolling average of new cases in the province recently dipped below 350 for the first time since last November — and it continues to decrease.
This decision means that the AMS will have a full vote on UCRU affairs and a place on the organization’s board of directors.
Vancouver-Westside has the lowest vaccination rate in the province, with less than 20 per cent of the neighbourhood’s population having received their first dose.
The final was scheduled for April 27, but when the time came, most students were unable to access the exam.
Taus Noor was named to the prestigious list for his work co-founding Gaze along with Motasim Bin Rahman.
The position has been vacant since former speaker Kareem Ibrahim left in December, and the recruitment process has been tumultuous so far.
The proposed amendment would have expanded Policy J-102 to ensure that students studying in different time zones were able to take exams at an appropriate time for them.
Julia Hutlet, who studies at Allard, gave a speech to some MPs and delegates as part of the national Daughters of the Vote conference this past weekend.
Newcomers Shivani Mehta and Georgia Yee have won Senate seats alongside current senators Dante Agosti-Moro, Eshana Bhangu and Julia Burnham.
UBC said the change was due to increases in government aid for the 2020 year.
Third-year political science student Emmanuel Cantiller is running to be a senator-at-large in the hopes of making life easier for students amid the pandemic.
Incumbent Julia Burnham hopes her experience in the Senate will make her an asset for the 2021/22 academic year.