This year’s UBC Alma Mater Society Annual General Meeting is crucially important due to the recent tuition and residence increases. The meeting will feature votes on student action against these hikes as well as an opportunity to discuss the increases as well as other issues affecting UBC students. A quorum of 500 students is needed for binding resolution, which is actually quite a bit of people. Come out to oppose the hikes!
Tuesday, October 28, 12:00pm
SUB Party Room, Old SUB Building, UBC, Unceded Coast Salish Territories
A screening of Lia Tarachansky’s documentary film On the Side of the Road, which explores the plight of Palestinian refugees and the Israeli perception of Palestinian occupation. The film also deals with Tarachansky’s personal experience as a former Israeli settler. The event is hosted by the UBC Social Justice Centre and Independent Jewish Voices Canada and will feature a Q & A with the director.
Wednesday, October 29, 12:00pm
Norm Theatre, Old SUB Building, UBC, Unceded Coast Salish Territories
This talk, co-hosted by the UBC Sociology Students’ Association and the UBC Anthropology Students’ Association, will offer some much needed guidance about halloween costumes through a discussion of “cultural appropriation, racial relations, and the effects of colonialism in our everyday lives.” $2 entry also includes membership to one of the two student associations and a cool-looking official badge.
-Renisa Mawani (Sociology)
-Charles Menzies (Anthropology)
-Leonora Angeles (GRSJ)
Thursday, October 30, 2:00pm
Lino Lounge, Anthropology and Sociology Building, UBC, Unceded Coast Salish Territories