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Sauder School of Business

It's not about the house, it's about the transit that runs beneath it.
The women Mordvinov allegedly assaulted made multiple complaints at the departmental level, at UBC's Equity Inclusion Office, to Associate Vice-President of Equity and Inclusion Sara-Jane Finlay, the UBC ombudsperson and Student Conduct and Safety Services. There were likely more. Every office failed these women.
A majority government seems out of reach for any party.
There’s a theory out there that if you want the most accurate possible forecast of election results, ask the people who have
What started out as a reference to an Egyptian goddess has turned into an association with a terrorist group. The ISIS Research
It's an invasion. Don't panic. This one is all goodness. It's the foodies taking over the Coast Capital Savings Innovation Hub based in Vancouver. Five social enterprises have been accepted to the program, and now have an opportunity to grow their resources, reach and success.
What if you walked into an elevator and inside was a marketing professor, waiting to give you a free lecture? For a bunch
UBC's Sauder School of Business had a little fun this month, taking on the trailer for Martin Scorsese's new film "The Wolf
The University of British Columbia says that "tangible amends" are to be made following the reporting of a pro-rape chant
The Commerce Undergraduate Society (CUS) at UBC's Sauder School of Business has cancelled its annual frosh week and two student
In the week following revelations that a pro-rape chant was sung at frosh events held by UBC's Sauder School of Business
The co-chairs of one of UBC's Frosh week orientation programs have resigned following reports of a pro-rape chant heard on
The furor over a Frosh week rape chant at UBC has motivated some to post graffiti on the university's walls and pathways
The Innovation Hub recently held the a conference featuring great speakers, panel conversations, and networking opportunities. The knowledge exchange was valuable, but it was shining the spotlight on the current cohort of companies calling the Hub home that proved to be the real highlight.