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Bye bye privacy

UBC research on eye-tracking devices sheds light on the implications of wearable technology like Google Glass […]

Goodbye Gayborhood: study finds gay neighbourhoods ‘straightening’

New research finds that traditionally gay neighbourhoods are becoming increasingly “straight” places, and could be at risk of losing their distinct cultural identity […]

Study reveals ‘unhappiest’ cities in the U.S.

New research identifies the unhappiest cities in the US, but finds some young people are still willing to relocate to them for a good job opportunity or lower housing prices […]

Physicians struggle to clinically diagnose early HIV infection

Journal of the American Medical Association study reveals early detection is easily missed […]

President’s Advisory Council on China announced

Former Canadian prime minister Paul Martin and influential Chinese economist Justin Yifu Lin will head UBC’s President’s Advisory Council on China.

Survey reveals discrimination, instability in Vancouver housing market

A survey of Metro Vancouver residents shows that many have experienced discrimination and struggle with affordability, instability, and concerns about poor housing conditions […]

Job interviews reward narcissists, punish applicants from modest cultures

A UBC study finds that narcissistic applicants are more successful in job interviews than equally qualified candidates who act more modestly […]

Green with envy: Rivalry makes people more eco-conscious

Want to encourage people to do the right thing for the environment? Tell them their rivals are going green, says a new study from UBC’s Sauder School of Business […]

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  1. Lorraine Fader says:

    I was disappointed to see the picture on p. 39 of the most recent Trek magazine extolling the anti-cancer group. While I support the concept of beating cancer and their efforts, I would hope that educated women could find some other word besides the all too ubiquitous but still disgusting F- word to support their cause. It was particularly jarring, as it appears just below the title “Class Acts” – hardly classy, if you ask me.

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