Advocates claim the budget contains insufficient student support and minimal progress on promises like student debt relief.
Several motions were successfully passed at yesterday’s AMS Council meeting with little to no debate, including code changes on executive accountability and funding for renovating a lounge in the Nest.
Students will be protesting rising tuition in post-secondary institutions on Thursday, April 14 at the Minister of Advanced Education's office in Burnaby.
Several employees at the UBC Aquatic Centre have come forward with complaints of low pay, understaffing and inaction from management on employee concerns.
Election season involves more than just voting for candidates: referenda are another way to have your say about what happens within the AMS.
Three of the questions were put forward by AMS Council, while one was student-led by the Bike Kitchen. Students will be able to vote on the referendums on March 7–11.
The university has opened up its annual tuition engagement process for 2022/23, starting with a survey designed to gauge student feedback about proposed tuition increases — which quickly drew criticism from students.
When Lauren Benson campaigned to become the next VP administration, she pledged to improve what she saw as one of the most criticized problem areas of the AMS — poor communication.
With an election running from November 8 to 30, here is everything you need to know about UNA before casting a ballot.
Eating disorders are inherently isolating and during the pandemic, eating disorders in Canada climbed. Students who are looking for recovery support face a confusing institutional system.
We've explained the major political party's platforms on transportation so you can head into the polls informed.
Elections can be hard to navigate. Here are some common questions about Canadian politics, and answers, to help you cast an informed vote on or before September 20.
The staff member alleged that UBC has “completely ignored” staff concerns, leaving them feeling “really scared” and “totally unprotected.”
Alumni of the University Transition Program are calling for improvements to the program after allegations emerged around its approach to sexual education and the fostering of a negative culture.