The first issue of UBC’s Canadian Literature journal appeared in 1959. Over the years it has gained an international readership with more than 200 published issues of criticism, reviews and poetry, helping profile this country’s literature around the world.
UBC Professor Emeritus H. Peter Oberlander (1922-2008), founder of the School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) and the Centre for Human Settlements at UBC, will be recognized posthumously by the United Nations Habitat agency (UN-Habitat) with a 2009 Scroll of Honour award.
We’ll call them Joe and Phil.
Finding out that you share the same birthday, hometown or even first name with another stranger can be a great icebreaker in social situations.
Marylyn Horsman, a master's student in UBC’s Rehabilitation Sciences has had her share of hurdles to overcome.
When Latosia Campbell, MSc student at UBC’s School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP), first came from Jamaica to Canada to study she was surprised to find only a small selection of Vancouver rentals fit her student budget.