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Question regarding Science Co-op: I'm a second year biochem major and am planning on doing co-op. Now i am aware that if we want to do co-op we start in 3rd year for biochem. So presumably we start prepping for it in the 2nd year however I missed the info session in term 1 and am too busy with exams to go to the co-op office, so...
Help, how to block emails from a email agent in Gmail: I keeps receiving many spam mails from an email agent. The declared senders are different every time so I am unable to block them by the regular way. Any way to solve the problem? submitted by /u/azteker [link] [comments]
Will talking to the TA who marked a research paper improve my grade at all? (English 110): While I generally don't agree with the comments, that's not what I wanted to talk about since that's why they are marking. However, some edits on my paper were where he thought I was talking about something else (Thought I was mentioning the title "The Matrix" where I was talking about the actua...
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A list of Canadian values: 1. Working really, really, really hard. I’m talking hard. SO hard. 2. Never counting your chickens before they hatch. 3. Removing your hat, standing proudly at attention and covering your heart with your hand whenever you hear any song. 4. Really good, quality storytelling and character developme...
We review your city: Regina, Saskatchewan: In this semi-regular feature, the Syrup Trap reviews a Canadian city. This week, Regina, Saskatchewan.  At first glance, Regina seems to have a lot going for it: It’s a provincial capital, birthplace of Leslie Nielsen, home of the RCMP training centre. Regina also has numerous steakhouses, an Ear...
The ULTIMATE presidential election night drinking game: If you’re feeling thirsty, CHUG. When you feel like kicking it up a notch, do a SHOT. Every time you take a drink, take a DRINK. If you’re dead set on keeping pace, make a COCKTAIL. When you sense your hand lifting a cup to your lips, SAVOUR the moment—and the beverage. If you need refreshment, r...
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New loophole in BC domestic tuition cap: a gchat dialogue.: UBC got some flack this year for their mega tuition increases for international students. Domestic students have been spared from drastic changes in the cost of education in recent years thanks to a BC government policy limiting tuition+fee increases to 2% a year since 2005. But that policy is ve...
FOI request turns up no records on Wesbrook Place consultants: UBC is once again using its private corporate entities to hide documents and information from the public. Three months ago, I filed a request under BC’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for records related to a planning process currently underway at the university. The plannin...
UBC Insiders On Air Finale: “As UBC Happens”: This is the official finale of UBC Insiders On Air. Thank you to everyone who listened, everyone we interviewed, everyone we talked news with, and everyone who talked to us at whatever event we were covering. It has been an extremely rewarding labour of love for both of us to make the show each ...
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If There’s a Reason: A Letter from a Survivor of the Campus Sexual Misconduct Debacle: Content note: this letter discusses sexual assault I had a hard time deciding who this letter should be addressed to. There’s a lot of people I want to address, you see. The first, of course, is the scumbag who sexually assaulted me. And I guess I could talk about that. But, as a professor once ...
Reflections on Raising and Burning Flags…: As a queer man, the recent burning of the gay rainbow flag at the University of British Columbia has not caused me any lost sleep. I can assure you, however, that I’m not impervious to homophobic threats or attacks, nor am I apathetic to the struggles of the several marginalized communities that ...
AMS candidates answer our questions: President: Another year rolls around, another set of AMS elections. We at the Talon aim to ask hard-hitting critical questions, and in that spirit, we invited all candidates in the election to answer a set of questions that we hope will help our readers in casting their ballot. Over the past few days we hav...

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This Votermedia ballot is not currently funded. It is displayed as a demo for if and when there is funding. Without funding there may be few votes, which makes the rankings less meaningful. During the 2015 UBC AMS elections we ran two UBC AMS votermedia contests: A $700 Continuous VoterMedia (CVM) contest on the ballot above, and a $1500 One-Time Elections VoterMedia (1VM) contest funded by AMS -- see info linked here.