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Black Republicans trust the United States government more than other political groups, finds a new study from UBC.
The 2014 BCKDF supports a wide range of UBC’s research specializations including cancer genomics treatments, fuel cell technology and planetary sciences.
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UBC Thunderbirds men's basketball head coach Kevin Hanson became the University' all-time overall wins leader.
- Thu Oct 30 2014, 8 PM
- UBC Okanagan, Administration Building