UBC Reports | Vol. 49 | No. 2 | Feb.
Why Love Hurts
To believe is to accept as true. But if what you believe
causes you to abuse your partner, would you -- could you --
change your beliefs?
Bargaining at UBC
At UBC Reports deadline, the university and some of its unions
are engaged in the collective bargaining process.
Board of Governors Approves Tuition Fee Increase
UBCs Board of Governors voted Jan. 27 to raise tuition
fees by an average of 30 per cent for undergraduate students
and 20 per cent for research-based graduate programs.
Double Cohort Presents Opportunity for UBC
A record number of Ontario students will finish high school
this spring, and UBC officials say thats a good thing.
Over the Top
2002 was a goal-smashing, record-breaking and award-winning
year for the UBC United Way Campaign.
UBC Sewage is Not a Waste
It operates out of a humble looking pair of trailers parked
alongside a ditch at the south end of campus, and its
been quietly helping to clean UBCs sewage for almost
Canadas drug laws kill Canadians. In 1994, B.C.s
Coroner issued a report on inadvertent overdose deaths in
British Columbia, concluding that these deaths were preventable
and that a re-thinking of the drug-related laws was necessary
Research Awareness Week 2003
How do we sustain our spirits, education and society? These
are some of the questions being discussed at Research Awareness
Week (RAW) 2003.
Have Flak Jacket, Will Travel
The Persian Gulf War brought us the Scud Stud, CNNs
24-hour news coverage and scathing criticism from news organizations
about how the press had been controlled.
Since cutting the alma mater apron strings, Martin Ertl has
made his mark in the off-campus world.
AMS Wants to Know What Students Think of the U-Pass
What are your feelings on the U-Pass? This is what the AMS
will be asking all UBC students Feb. 10-14 in the long awaited
Putting an End to Expensive Print Journals
When scholars wish to gain status among their peers, they
try to publish their work in prestigious academic journals.