Starting in June, third-year environmental sustainability student Samantha Porter will fly herself and her family around the world on a single engine airplane to raise one million dollars for SOS Children’s Villages.
Remy the Rat ran as a joke candidate to increase voter turnout and shed light on social justice issues on campus, said Esme Decker, the main student behind the Rat.
The part that concerned faculty members was when VCH “strongly [advised]” against the deregistration of students who were undeclared or unvaccinated.
Eshana Bhangu, Romina Hajizadeh, Anisha Sandhu, Dana Turdy and Georgia Yee are your next student senators-at-large.
Eshana Bhangu, a third-year international relations student, is running for a third year on the UBC Vancouver Senate as a student senator at large.
Fourth-year commerce student Dante Agosti-Moro is running for reelection to the UBC Vancouver Senate as a student senator-at-large.
Last night’s senator-at-large candidate debate saw agreement among most candidates on academic policy and student engagement, with a few discussions targeting existing senators.
Despite pushback from members of the University Endowment Lands (UEL), BC’s former Minister of Municipal Affairs Josie Osborne announced she would support the rezoning application for a cannabis store in University Village.
The assistant coach of the UBC women’s volleyball team, Jodi Zbyszewski shared how she became involved in coaching and her experience in the industry as a woman in sports.
The Canadian Ski Council, a national non-profit organization that represents Canada’s 237 ski areas and is focused on increasing interest in snow sports across the country, released a media callout encouraging people to participate in winter sports to stay fit and active during the colder months.
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UBC said it will continue its rapid testing program partially vaccinated, unvaccinated and undeclared community members “as a campus safety measure."
The petition says that students, particularly those who are disabled or immunocompromised, should have the option to learn remotely if they want to.
On November 26, Uncle Fatih’s on University Blvd was forced to close after sprinklers went off in the building and soaked through the restaurant’s ceiling.
UBC’s delegates were provided passes by the UBC Sustainability Initiative to act as observers for the events of the conference, with each delegate having their own goals and motivations for attending.