On July 9, founders of the Black at UBC community began sharing Instagram posts detailing the reflections of Black students at UBC on Instagram. Since then, the page has posted over 80 testimonies sharing the lived experiences and thoughts of Black students at UBC.
Initial proposals for an interdisciplinary program began last year. Now, students who begin pursuing this major could graduate with a BA in interdisciplinary religious studies as early as May 2022.
This ongoing conversation about home and belonging — one shared by many Asians and Asian-Canadians across the UBC community — has been encapsulated in Motherlands, a podcast series for CiTR’s special programming during Asian Heritage Month.
Ono and the BoG Executive Committee recently agreed that he would be considered for another five-year term.
The planning committee is currently on track to launch the plan in September 2020, with implementation and evaluation to follow in coming years.
A webinar held yesterday by UBC’s Canadian International Resources and Development Institute offered insight on the contributions that global Indigenous people provide in safeguarding their natural environments.
After the Proctorio CEO posted a student’s chat logs with a customer support worker, university community members immediately began to question the move’s privacy implications.
This year, 21 UBC community members received the scholarship, making it the second-most awarded university in Canada.
“Our new office will provide a welcoming and supportive environment in a quieter and more secluded location."
President Santa Ono promised bias training for all public safety officers on campus in a June 1 message to the community. But the 18 RCMP officers on campus, however, are not under the jurisdiction of the university.
The story of UBC’s student protests, their wins and losses, resources and institutional knowledge, provides a valuable lesson on the future of effective protest.
Here, we explore the stories of the many people who worked to build new systems for supporting survivors of sexual violence, shifting anti-violence rhetoric into pro-survivor spaces.
I didn’t want the government’s blood money. But in the end, I don’t think there was anything I could have said to keep you home.
ECOSCOPE celebrated the work of students and recent discoveries at the forefront of bioengineering.
UBC climate experts comment on the Lower Mainland's "exceptional drought."