The Senate meets monthly to discuss and vote on UBC academic matters. Senate Recentred is written by members of the Student Senate Caucus to demystify Senate by giving students a snapshot of what Senate is doing this month.
Hopefully I’ve gotten my audience right over Love Nest’s year-long life, because I have some good news for you simps! UBC is hosting its very own version of The Bachelorette, and literally anyone can enter.
Here's who will be leading each section of the paper this year.
The current AMS executives will leave office at the end of the month and be replaced by a new group, elected by you, the student body.
Wagwan bro, it's Esther. I've been told to describe myself in my journal by my therapist. I’ve been slinking around my micro-suite ever since graduation — uni tings, ahem — and now I ruminate on my next move.
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.
Stephanie Okoli's latest work meditates on persistent images of the past.
"From the window of the bus, Délé could see plastic bags and sheets of paper dancing non-rhythmically without cause for embarrassment."
Do we as black individuals feel like we have conquered or proven something by being in an interracial relationship?
“All I’m saying is, Black people go on all these crazy missions in space and other dimensions while White people do the regular stuff,” Chidinma said.
No one will truly understand your experiences as a Black person in a predominantly non-Black city as much as other Black people.