Most of y’all have heard by last Friday that the Koerner’s Pub liquor license has been suspended by the UBC Treasury/Legal departments. In response, Koerner’s still has its doors open, but the taps are dry. According to a memo, the license was suspended because of two incidents this month. The first incident, a drunk underaged […]

The Board of Governors meeting for March/April has once again rolled around. Today is the Board Committees Meeting, with the full board meeting being April 8th. The agenda has a number of interesting elements on it, including details of UBC’s next budget, updates on the UBC Transit Line study, the tuition fee increases for next […]

With many uncontested (or essentially uncontested) races, SUS elections have not had much excitement factor this year. (Except maybe this.) Still, there’s one race worth talking about, and Kevin Moore shares his thoughts on that. SUS AMS Rep The race for SUS AMS rep is looking to be the most exciting of the SUS elections. […]

We’ve uploaded and posted links to all of the reports arising from the AMS Electoral Fraud investigation on our Twitter feed but since not everyone is twitter-savvy just yet, here are the links to: Final Report from Isabel Ferreras (Elections Administrator) Report from Forensic Data Recovery (Independent Auditing Firm) Revised Elections Results presented in a […]

As has already been discussed in a number of places already, UBC has recently created a Student Editorial Team to go along with The Administration Blog, where Pierre “zeeVP” Ouillet and Brian “BowtieBrian” Sullivan can communicate directly with the UBC community. The fact that the various different media have managed to each take something different […]

SUS Elections 2010 Preview

Posted by: | March 14, 2010 | 1 Comment

AUS, EUS, and now SUS. We’ve got ’em all. (Actually not true – sorry HKin – let us know if there is anyone interested in covering HKin). Here are some initial thoughts on the SUS races. My name is Kevin Moore and I am going to be covering the SUS elections for you this year. […]

The EUS Elections Coverage by Bowinn Ma. • EUS President 2007-2008 • AMS Councilor 2006-2008 • EUS Vice-President Internal 2006-2007 • EUS Executive Social Coordinator 2005-2006 Currently an Arts student, Bowinn is two years removed from the EUS. For reference, she and her government brought Engineering such initiatives and services as the Engineering Student Centre […]

The MASS Renew Project

Posted by: | March 13, 2010 | Comments Off on The MASS Renew Project

Our intrepid AUS reporter Crystal Hon knows a thing or two about projects involving the building of new student space at UBC. Here are her thoughts on a referendum question being put to Arts students. By now some of you will have found out about the AUS Fee Referendum that is on the ballot for […]

This is part one of a two-part editorial series on the recently revealed AMS Electoral Fraud. While many of our readers have probably read the preliminary report issued by the Elections Committee, and were possibly even present at the last Council meeting, there hasn’t been a detailed technical explanation provided about exactly how the system […]

Arts, The Force is With You

Posted by: | March 12, 2010 | 2 Comments

UBC Votes! But none of us in AUS elections since none of us are Arts students. But that doesn’t mean we can’t provide coverage, and so without further ado, we present our first guest blogger who rarely wears pants. AMS Gossip Guy is going to be jealous. Don’t forget to vote in Continuous VFM. Dear […]

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