In January 2022, the Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS)’s Arts Student Centre will open with space for students to study, collaborate and lounge.
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International students stuck in their country due to travel restrictions can use this new documentation option to withdraw from their courses without a W standing.
Here’s your guide to enjoying Halloween safely this year.
The UBC Vancouver Senate met on Wednesday night to discuss COVID-19 on campus, and potential changes to Senate procedures on equity, diversity and inclusion.
Faculty online have expressed concern that UBC has made it so only department heads can notify students of potential COVID-19 exposures in classrooms — a policy which the university says it hasn’t implemented.
From October 12 to October 18, the UBC neighbourhood had a test positively rate below one per cent, and its daily case rate only went up by one case per 100,000 per day.
From May 2021 to October 14 2021, the number of visits skyrocketed to 2,420, according to Student Services Manager Mitchell Prost.
Nearly one month after school started, students received a notification from UBC informing them to complete a mandatory return to campus orientation course by October 18.
The five-year plan is intended to improve the environment of equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) within the AMS and increase accessibility to the society.
Ninety-two per cent of respondents to a TransLink survey regarding the SkyTrain extension to UBC indicated support for the project.
“It’s added stress…not having factual information from trusted sources. It leads to rumours and misinformation."
The new location is an important step in making sure students who struggle with addiction or who are in recovery feel welcome on campus, according to Sara Fudjack.
The new data — covering the week of October 5 to 11 — revealed that there were on average two new cases per 100,000 UBC area residents each day, down from four last week.
Last night, AMS Council met to discuss the society’s strategic plan and the development of a sensory room in the Life Building for neurodiverse students.
On campus, students now need their vaccine card to access student events, gyms, indoor-seated restaurants and other such spaces. But what if students are unable to access their vaccine card?