Monthly Archives: January 2011


LISTEN & SPEAK UP: An Open Discussion on Xenophobia in UBC and in Vancouver

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Inspiring Collective Action

Tomorrow I will be attending an event that I believe demonstrates the strength of student initiatives and the power of people coming together for a common cause. (And great videos!) Each students pays $2 to attend The Briefing 2011 and … Continue reading

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I feel like I’m in The Secret Garden

Outside of the ANSO building, today

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This perfect snowy morning don’t forget to — VOTE !

Watching the snow from my window makes me want to forget that I have meetings, then work and then class. So this morning I decided that it’s time to vote. I logged in with the username and password that were … Continue reading

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NO VOTE NO VOICE – my thoughts on the Totem debate

I have to admit that I haven’t given the AMS elections as much as attention as I should have. But that definitely does not mean that I think they are not important – in fact, this year has again proven … Continue reading

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