The AMS Sustainable Action Plan (ASAP) outlines how your student society will improve its sustainability going forward. Besides outlining how the AMS will practice sustainability, it also states the AMS’s commitment to ethical and sustainable purchasing, including guidelines for licensees, contractors and employers.
We’re in the final stretch of the semester and oh boy, is it hard. Homesickness is starting to hit and you’re just starting to realize that the elective you took for an easy A is dragging your average way down. It’s slump city.
Here’s what to expect at the November 16 Senate meeting.
“Isn’t the weather beautiful? I can’t believe it’s not raining. It’s like, who did this?” The answer is, no, the weather is not nice. And the climate crisis did this.
Taking the first step toward seeking counselling and therapy can be really intimidating if you’re new to accessing these supports, especially in times of distress.
While we aren’t going to tell you who to vote for, this article should give you a clearer picture of the strengths and weaknesses of the three candidates.
While many students went along with their days without a care in the world about this news or shared memes mocking the Queen’s demise, I continued through my day with quiet melancholy.
The Ubyssey isn’t good at transparency. We don’t properly advertise our finances, our annual general meeting or the student positions on our Board of Directors, and our key editorial guidelines and policies aren’t easily accessible. We're changing that.
The Board of Directors deals with all major business decisions and strategy.
Douglas Baird, the UPS Business Manager, has written about our finances last year and for the upcoming fiscal year.
But, for today, I’ve got you covered with a short explainer of some birth control options.
With the return to full in-person classes, some professors may feel there is no need to record lectures anymore. However, the benefits of recording lectures outweigh the drawbacks for students and professors, making the need for accessibility more necessary to modernize post-secondary education.
We’re the only active newspaper on campus. That means we’re responsible for keeping you and the community informed about all things UBC.
Starting at a new school is scary, but it’s also thrilling. It’s a big deal! Whether you live down the street from campus or are moving halfway across the world — this is a new chapter of your life and we’re so happy to have you here.
In the latest for Black Voices at UBC, Stephanie Okoli shares the third chapter of The Servicewoman.
In the latest for Black Voices at UBC, Stephanie Okoli shares the second chapter of The Servicewoman.
I joined the Divestment Coalition as a representative of the Independent Jewish Voices (IJV) Vancouver Youth Bloc. Working alongside more than 20 organizations and student groups, I had the opportunity to share my perspective as a member of the anti-Zionist Jewish community and speak to the multiplicity of Jewish voices that oppose the Israeli state’s system of apartheid and occupation of Palestine.
Every day SASC chooses not to engage with Jewish and Israeli lived experiences and trauma caused by the conflict is another day Jewish survivors of sexualized violence like myself must ask whether our trauma and survival will be treated with the same dignity and respect as our peers.
UBC’s department of geography and department of earth, ocean and atmospheric sciences has launched a Certificate in Climate Studies and Action for the 2022/23 academic year.