Monthly Archives: October 2013
Submission by Chris Kim, Wellness Peer and PPEC Representative I came to UBC to become a doctor. I think I told myself I wanted to help people, but that sounds too altruistic to be me. The real reason had to … Continue reading
Check out the Equity Ambassadors getting to know each other at the Ropes Course!
A wide-eyed wild child, Sprung from the rib of her brother, The first woman was born free. Shackled simply by her love for her father. Burdened only by her insatiable curiosity. Eve… Was the little mermaid of the Jewish Genesis! Fiercely … Continue reading
UBC is an enormous university. It’s home to a colourful mosaic of cultures, beliefs, ethnicities, sexual orientations, ages and appearances. However it is a sad reality that within this rich environment prejudice exists. Acts of discrimination on campus are … Continue reading
The Morris and Helen Belkin art gallery situated on the Vancouver campus of UBC, on unceded Musqueam territory, is hosting an exhibition named Witnesses: Art and Canada’s Indian Residential Schools to portray and depict the experiences of Canada’s First Nations … Continue reading