Klein’s keynote speech honed in on the intersection of climate justice and housing justice. To do so, she provided two main case studies: the 2018 Paradise, California fire and the 2021 BC heat dome.
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Don’t let the poetry deter you, Campbell’s work is easy to understand and uses imagery to immediately paint a vivid backdrop.
“It's totally up to you what you want to post about yourself, how you want people to reach out to you. And if someone does reach out to you, it's totally up to you how you respond to them,” Habib explained.
Workwear is another prime example of how designers reimagined and repurposed something mundane into something desirable.
The show's ending was disappointing, unsatisfying and representative of problems that ran throughout the entire series.
In collaboration with the Global Lounge, UBC graduate student Virginia Dreir hosted an exhibit, Belonging at UBC: International Student Photovoice Study Exhibit & Presentation.
The third and final panel of the day focused on how society can achieve a fair and responsible transition in a changing climate.
“The only way for us to build a positive future is to come from a place of knowledge and understanding,” said Jordy Matheson.
The takeaway here is that although it is normal for there to be periods where the global temperature is warmer than usual, the “warmer than usual” temperatures now are a lot warmer than they were 100 years ago.
Dark Academia was inspired by The Secret History – a novel about a murder that happened within a group of elite students at a prestigious college in New England.
For I know not to which faculty you rushed, And you know not to where I fled, O you, whom I could have complimented, O you who knew it!
The Crawl, which showcases all sorts of interdisciplinary works from pottery to mixed-media, took place last weekend (Nov. 12-14) and will take place this weekend too.
The first panel of day two focused on how society can adapt to climate change.
McIvor advises readers to “be open to setting aside and questioning some of [their] assumed knowledge about the law” before engaging with this book.