A professor searches for new meaning in one of the country’s most iconic photographs.Read more...
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Civility and the cityUBC's Bruce McManus discusses how best to measure the civility of a city in a new op-ed in the Vancouver Sun. Read more...
Four past and present UBC Thunderbirds women's volleyball players will lead Canada at the 17th FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship.
Placing earthquake sensors in schools is step one of a UBC engineer’s vision for a life-saving warning network.
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