Dying for Land
A UBC journalism investigation into territory disputes in Brazil is followed a few weeks later by 18 arrests for murder.
Proud to Be Punk
Guided by a punk rock ethos and a strong sense of the absurd, Mina Shum’s independent films challenge societal norms and explore questions of personal identity.
UBC to Offer Free Online Courses
UBC is joining forces with the US-based company Coursera to provide high quality, non-credit courses free of charge to a worldwide audience – bringing the university’s expertise within reach of anyone with Internet access.
Meet Our Finest
From a social entrepreneur to BC’s first Aboriginal lawyer, The 2012 Alumni Achievement Awards recipients will be celebrated in November.
UBC’s Difficult Birth
UBC was launched 100 years ago at a meeting held in Victoria.
The Last Word
Remember that guy who started off with one red paperclip and bartered his way to a house in Saskatchewan?
UBC opens new clean energy facility; student wins Paralympic medal; and researchers explore office politics paranoia, LGBT experiences with cancer treatment, and the impact of plastic pollution on seabirds.
“Who is responsible for our children?” Recorded at UBC Dialogues in Vancouver on 18 September.
New Strategic Plan for Alumni Association
We Want Your Feedback!
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