In February 2020, the Interfraternity Council (IFC) — the governing body of UBC’s frats — announced an indefinite suspension on all open social events following drugging allegations from multiple female students in 2019.
From decolonial research to digitizing records, X̱wi7x̱wa Library amplifies voices which have historically been silenced.
In emails provided to The Ubyssey through a Freedom of Information (FOI) request, students in Greek life requested support from UBC administration to remove UBC’s discussion thread on anonymous forum Greekrank. Ten months later, the discussion board is still active.
Not to be a nostalgic geezer, but when I was her age, my tech entertainment was limited to watching The Incredibles on DVD (as a treat).
Diversity Reads’ most recent episode discusses Bernadine Evaristo’s 2019 novel, Girl, Woman, Other. The book follows twelve characters, most of whom are Black British women.
Digital Dream Play is a trippy experiment that does not always succeed, but certainly blazes trails.
The BC’s government’s return-to-campus COVID-19 primer for post-secondary institutions outlined plans for full dorms and lecture halls, with the expectation of an immunized campus.
The Board of Governors discussed a proposal to combine UBC’s fossil fuel-free fund, the Sustainable Future Pool, with the Main Endowment Fund — a change that would leave donors without a fully-sustainable investment option.
It’s those little twists that let you know who’s behind the keyboard, and what they’re really trying to say.
Frustrated by the lack of guidance for trans and nonbinary students at UBC, arts students Britt Runeckles and Darcy Bandeen created their own guide.
According to the authors, misplaced conservation can “alienate partners and disrupt partnerships, waste resources, misinform the public, and (or) delegitimize evidence.”
If my personal choice to expose myself to some horny dude’s dishonesty could inadvertently transmit the coronavirus to people I care about, that exclusive agency over sexual autonomy fades.
The Board of Governors endorsed the plan on Tuesday, February 16.
For the past several years, SAAM at UBC has been a collaboration between the university’s Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Office and the AMS’s Sexual Assault Support Centre.
It is uncertain when the U-Pass website will be up again, according to TransLink spokesperson Dan Mountain.