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Korea Language Village receives $5m donation

UBC professor Ross King was quoted in a Korea Herald story on a Korean language village in the U.S. King is a professor of Korean language and literature and was […]

World trading order facing biggest threats since WWII: Freeland

The Canadian Press interviewed Paul Evans, a professor of international relations at UBC’s School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, about the international implications of the U.S.-China trade dispute. “Global supply […]

Researchers gear up for cannabis legalization

University Affairs interviewed M-J Milloy, a professor in UBC’s department of medicine and a research scientist at the British Columbia Centre on Substance Use, about cannabis research. Milloy discussed how research on […]

Sylvester, Condon seek progressive support in Vancouver mayoral race

The Vancouver Sun reported that Patrick Condon, a UBC professor of urban design, is considering running for mayor of Vancouver. He said he could be interested in being the independent […]

Niqabs, Trudeau and the media – a poetic perspective

The Vancouver Sun published a review of Passageways, a book of poetry by Philip Resnick, a UBC political scientist emeritus. The article also appeared in the Ottawa Citizen.

Who could win the U.S-China trade war

Roundhouse Radio interviewed Yves Tiberghien, director emeritus of the Institute of Asian Research at UBC, about who may win the U.S.-China trade war. Tiberghien discussed the details of the trade […]

Concussion survivor calls for change to N.W.T. healthcare

Paul van Donkelaar, a professor at UBC’s Okanagan campus, was interviewed by CBC North about his research on concussions. Van Donkelaar said it’s important for concussions to get diagnosed early […]

Mock 2.0: Changing of the guards

Dakoda Shepley, a UBC football player, was featured in a Canadian Football League (CFL) draft preview on Yahoo Sports. Shepley was a standout at the CFL Scouting Combine.

What Europe can teach Canada about protecting democracy

The Conversation published an op-ed by two UBC academics about shielding Canadian democracy from digital manipulation. “Working with Europe, which has an economy larger than the U.S. economy, could be […]

UBC adds Musqueam signs

The Canadian Press reported on new signs around UBC campus that honour the linguistic heritage of the Musqueam First Nation and its location within unceded, traditional Indigenous territory. The CP […]

Land trust called way to attract younger producers

Western Producer highlighted farm access research by Hannah Wittman, a professor in the Centre for Sustainable Food Systems at UBC. The research has included farmland access especially for people interested […]

Squamish author’s memoir on ‘mountains, marriage and motherhood’

Jan Redford, a UBC alumna and author, will take part in the Outdoor Endurance & Survival reading series, Pique Magazine reported. Redford earned a master’s degree in creative writing from […]

Pre-show Artist Talk with Roberto Fonseca


EMV commemorates centenary of WWI cessation with War & Peace

Broadway World featured a preview of War and Peace: The Tallis Scholars at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts at UBC. A renowned vocal ensemble will perform a programme […]

UBC student’s work helps empower inner-city students in Surrey

Shawna Narayan, a fourth-year UBC student, received a $10,000 grant for her work with a non-profit group, Surrey Now-Leader reported. Empower The Future aims to help high school students find […]