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During first semester, Orchard was at 50 per cent resident occupancy. Now, Totem Park Residence has opened for term two but its dining hall remains closed and its residents eat at the Orchard hall.
According to a posting on the UBC Campus and Community Planning website, “a development permit application has been received for a faculty and staff residential rental building” on Lot BCR9 in Wesbrook Place.
As more snow falls over UBC many commuters are seeing greater delays on their travels to and around campus.
In smudging, sacred medicines are first placed in a special container, often a shell, and burned in small amounts to create smoke that a person wafts over their face and body by eagle feather or hand.
Recently opened in the First Nations Longhouse for the 2019/20 winter session, the Indigenous Student Collegium (ISC) was found in collaboration between the First Nations House of Learning (FNHL) and UBC’s Collegia program.
The AMS has put over $88,000 into revamping the air-conditioning in certain areas of the Nest that have been experiencing “an ongoing issue” of overheating. It also spent $19,000 to acquire 8 new security cameras.
In partnership with the AMS, an alumni-led company is bringing “smart lockers” onto campus to improve the commuter experience.
“Once your number is known to be active by the spammers, it will take a really long time to stop the calls from coming.”