The Dorothy Somerset Studio, a cozy black box theatre, was modestly set for the UBC Players Club’s SNL-ified rendition of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest.
The fourth-year political science student isn’t just taking classes and planning for graduation. As a national correspondent for The Kyiv Independent, Lapatina has been reporting on the Russo-Ukrainian war since Russia invaded Ukraine this past February.
As Maia Wallace sat watching MTV and America's Next Top Model with her mum, she knew that she wanted to be just like the women on her TV screen one day.
Eshana Bhangu, Romina Hajizadeh, Anisha Sandhu, Dana Turdy and Georgia Yee are your next student senators-at-large.
After last year's historically uncontested AMS election with a turnout of only 6.9 per cent, what has the AMS done to boost this year's voter engagement?
UBC impressed Klein with its commitment to climate action. When she reached out to the university to see if there was space for her, the answer was ‘yes.’
2021 was a weird year and honestly, it’s hard to say much more than that about it.
The AMS hosted a press conference to protest in-person exams and urged the university to move exams online for student safety. The university insists exam halls are safe.
Students in the line spoke of difficulties getting registered to vote and concerns about the cancellation of the Vote on Campus program.
The Ubyssey has compiled the primary health care policies of the four major political parties so that students can remain informed for the upcoming election.
Since joining UBC Climate Hub Nafeesa Alibhai’s activism is “full steam ahead or full electric engine power ahead.”
UBC has not yet determined if it will be broadly implementing the series, entitled Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence.
On-campus thrift store Get Thrifty has been waiting for the AMS to let it begin construction on an expansion since late August 2020. Nine months later, the store is still waiting.
Four uncontested races, no referendums on the ballot and the lowest voter turnout in over a decade. The first all-virtual AMS elections was one for the history books, but perhaps not in the best way.
On January 25, a UBC Confessions post alleged that NSCC execs used participants’ fees to purchase Patagonia quarter-zip sweaters for the exec team. The post had almost 400 reactions as of publishing.