Love languages. Attachment styles. Kinks.
In a time where we can no longer hug, touch or even stand less than six feet away from one another, what does autonomy look like in the context of the greater good?
Here we’ve covered claims made in the platforms of candidates for AMS president, VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA), VP administration, UBC Board of Governors student representatives, VP external, VP finance and Senate.
Here we’ve covered claims made at the Great Debate on Saturday, February 27 which included the races for AMS president, VP academic and university affairs (VP AUA), VP administration, UBC Board of Governors (BoG) student representatives, VP external, VP finance and Senate.
We dove into claims candidates made at the first and second AMS elections debates, about topics including transit, AMS finances and Senate rules and regulations.
I know your dishes have been piling up just like mine have.
Sure, every parkade seems similar from the outside, but each has a unique atmosphere inside.
Nominations close on February 12 at noon, so get yours in soon!
If there’s one thing I’ve learned throughout all of this, it’s how great capitalism and the free market are. No questions here!
I would like to suggest a few ideas that might elevate the campus from a 6/10 to a 7/10.
I’m going to focus on the real winners and losers of this debate.
I had to learn how to make coffee (extremely difficult) and learn how to make my own breakfast sandwiches (I almost burned down my dorm).
“I hardly talk to anyone. How the hell was I supposed to know this wasn’t a thing?"
If we see some of the folks from UBC Improv in a Safdie brothers film in the next few years, don’t be surprised.
The cameo includes Veitch congratulating the class of 2020 and assuring them they’re going to get far in life.