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Any engineering students thinking of joining the military for a short stint after graduating?: Reasons: Apply engineering education to battle field, earn a decent pay cheque, experience a different part of Canada. Lastly, military service looks good on resume. Dream posting is Esquimalt. submitted by /u/951052736 [link] [comments]
Annual CPSC meme before finals: submitted by /u/rustyrobotguy [link] [comments]
CHIN 131 expectations: Hi all, I am in my final year of Engineering and I have a tough schedule next semester (22 credits) and will need to be applying for jobs. I need to take a 3 credit humanities course and I'm looking to take the easiest possible course. I am fluent in Arabic, but "technically" Arabic is not my fi...
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Collectively Speaking: A Teach-In On Free Speech: Title: Collectively Speaking: A Teach-In on Free SpeechDate: October 31, 2018Location: Outside the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts Description: A gathering outside the Chan Centre, where the Free Speech Club hosted American conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro. While our event is no...
Community Eats: Community Eats, an offshoot of Sprouts, runs a weekly by-donation bring-your-own-container lunch and produce pick-up service currently taking place on xʷməθkʷəy̓əm land in the Walter Gage Residence, Student Union Boulevard on Fridays from 11:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. We ask that you donate what you...
Unearthing: A Mining Justice Zine: Dear Readers, This zine is the collective effort of the 2018 iteration of the class: “Geography 495: Social Movements in the Americas: The politics of North-South solidarity in theory & practice” taught by Dr. Juanita Sundberg. As we moved through the class we learned about “extractivismo or...
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Unnecessarily pitting visitors vs community: MacInnes field parkade: A fancy traffic-flow model from Brunt & Associates can't answer the question: WHY? If you, like me, have found yourself idly wondering why the site of the new McInnes field has been sitting as a desolate, soggy pit of disgusting gravel-water over the last 6 months since the demolition of th...
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 plann...
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How do I do a prank?: Dear Winnie, I??m not very funny and I don??t understand how jokes work, so instead I was thinking of pulling an April Fool??s Day prank. What would you suggest? Reader ?? Dear Reader, April Fool??s Day has a long history of people inconveniencing their friends and family while exploiting th...
Pod Cast Episode 5: Pair Of Skis And A Meat Grinder: In this final episode of the Syrup Trap Pod Cast, Jonathan Goldstein tells us what isn??t funny, and the bomb is for the bird. The show was written Nick Zarzycki and Nathan Hare. It was performed by Jesse Inocalla and Chelsey Moore. The show was produced and edited by Matthew Parsons. Special ...
Pod Cast Episode 5: Pair Of Skis And A Meat Grinder: In this final episode of the Syrup Trap Pod Cast, Jonathan Goldstein tells us what isn??t funny, and the bomb is for the bird. The show was written Nick Zarzycki and Nathan Hare. It was performed by Jesse Inocalla and Chelsey Moore. The show was produced and edited by Matthew Parsons. Special ...

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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. History of votermedia at UBC: Experiments in Voter Funded Media