Try out the wide variety of Group Fitness offerings this week at no charge, including faculty and staff yoga, Zumba cardio, spin, Full Body Circuit, Bike and Bosu, and HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training).
A faculty and staff Group Fitness pass gets you unlimited access until April 16. Exercise before work, during lunch hour or after work for only $100.
Call for nominations: alumni UBC 2016 Achievement Awards
The alumni UBC Achievement Awards is one of the marquee events of the year. The awards program recognizes the accomplishments of UBC community members, including alumni, students, faculty, staff and emeriti for their outstanding contributions to the community and beyond. Nominations are open until January 29.
Food forester Ryan Foster, seated far right, joins third-year marketing students (from left) Anton Urtan, Kimberly Ouwor, Mitchell Cockburn, Nicky Sellinger, Kelsey Branchflower and Jamison Humeny after the group made its formal presentation about proposed plans for Penticton’s Munson Mountain.
Management students help promote BMX park and food forest
A presentation by business students might conjure up images of snazzy suits, flashy displays, and talks about profit margins, market demand, and growth.
UBC art project examines stereotypes, racism, and privilege
"Indian headdresses" and blackface art on display at the Alternator gallery
With a display that will intentionally stir up controversy, UBC artists along with staff at the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art, hope to open the door to discussion about racism with the upcoming exhibition, What does it mean to be The Problem.
The exhibition, opening Friday at 7 p.m., features work from Fern Helfand, with responses from Tannis Nielsen and Samuel Roy-Bois.
FCCS Student Profile: Lauren Marshall Fourth-year FCCS student Lauren Marshall combines creative writing and political science with diverse interests such as poetry, environmentalism and laws of the sea.