UBC will once again play host to world leaders when the Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation meeting, APEC '97, is held here Nov. 25.
Prime Minister Jean Chretien announced that UBC would be the meeting site
prior to his departure for Asia with the Team Canada economic trade mission.
When English Prof. Ira Nadel met Leonard Cohen, the poet, novelist and songwriter's
first words were, "Let's have lunch."
As students in most of UBC's faculties were kicking off their annual Class
Act Appeal Jan. 20, students in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences were
counting their donations
Career opportunities and job search methods for UBC Arts and Science graduates
are being offered through two separate programs sponsored by the UBC Alumni
Latin, as everyone knows, is a dead language.
Or is it?
Of the hundreds of productions that have been performed in the Dorothy Somerset
Studio over the past 30 years, two stand out in Ian Pratt's mind.
Dorothy Somerset was the leading lady of the Vancouver Little Theatre in the
1920s when she began her association with UBC, teaching French.
The School of Architecture is forging closer ties with the professional community with a little help from its friends.
Friends of the School of Architecture (FOSA), a non-profit society, was founded
in 1995 to support, promote and advise the school.
The Thunderbird men's and women's basketball teams take on the University of
Calgary Jan. 24-25 in War Memorial Gym. The women's games start at 6:15 p.m.
and the men's games start at 8 p.m. both days. The teams then travel to Victoria
for two games against UVic Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, before returning to War Memorial
for games against the University of Saskatchewan Feb. 7-8, also at 6:15 p.m.
(women) and 8 p.m.