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International Women’s Day: Be A Knit Activist


The Equity and Inclusion Office and UBC Bookstore invite you to create your own visual arts political message! Witnessed during the Women’s March in Washington DC, activists arrived in a sea of pink knitted hats, creating a visual statement of solidarity.

Lee Square Pop Up Playground


Drop by after school or work and don’t miss the special light display that will transform Lee Square into a Pop Up Playground. Move your way through games like hopscotch and four squares, dance around to the beat of our DJ, and enjoy some street eats.

Student Master Class with Homa Hoodfar


Please join us on March 9th for a very special presentation with Professor Homa Hoodfar. She will share her story and discuss the reasons why academic freedom remains so important in modern society and why freedom of expression needs to be protected as a global right.

“Ambassadors and Colonizers” & “East Meets West”


Polish Discussion Club, Polish Studies at the CENES, Global Lounge and UBC Tandem invite you to a lecture and workshop by Piotr Florczyk. The first lecture will be of interest to students and faculty interested in translation regardless of the language they work in.

Grand Rounds Talk: Is there a need for medically-prescribed heroin in the addiction treatment system?


Join SPPH Associate Professor Eugenia Oviedo-Joekes and her team as they discuss the large body of science supporting controversial harm reduction service of providing medically-prescribed heroin to severe substance use users.

UBC Reads Sustainability Presents Roy Henry Vickers Telling Peace Dancer


Peace Dancer is the fourth book in a series by Roy Henry Vickers and Robert Budd. In Peace Dancer, Vickers shares the Legend from his village of Kitkatla, BC; it is the story of The Flood. Sharing this story is more relevant to the world right now than ever before.

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