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Editor Austen Erhardt
From professors of philosophy to partiers to
protestors: here are the stories of some of
the most incredible people who make up our
community.
THE BEST OF
OUR CAMPUS
Thanks to this year's Our Campus contributors
for making the section great: Leo Soh, Elba
Gomez Navas, Armaan Malhotra, Olivia Law,
Alex Lenz, Kari Lindberg, Julie Gordon, Serena
Chao, Tammy Hsieh, Nikos Wright, Olamide
Olaniyan, Nuala Turner, Reyhana Heatherington
and Lawrence Neal Garcia.
Adnan Sayani
#1 STORY
BUS LOOP TRAFFIC
CONTROLLER ADNAN SAYANI IS
A UBC CELEBRITY
With just under 10,000 views, the profile on "bus loop guy" Adnan
Sayani was our most-read Our Campus ofthe year. Sayani entertained
thousands of students with his hilarious banter and ever-present smile,
earning the adoration of an entire campus.
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"This entire thing is currently completely running on enthusiasm and
passion."
"The animal whose behaviour I'm        "The moment I walked into medical
really interested in studying is school, it was perfectly clear to me that
myself." I was doing what I wanted."
"We cannot make positive changes
and have strong democracies unless we
have strong communities."
'If you see me in your classes, don't be      "Debate ... really pushes you to be a
afraid to say hello!" lot more rigorous in why you believe
things."
'I want a world in which the things you naturally do — your normal social
practice — is sustainable."
"Every time we go and make our
donations, we see the impact that our
work has."
Andrew Lai
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"If you like trance music you should        "I think I'm one of the few people who truly feels that, at the end of my        "In the last few years of my c
tart partying with me. Ill be anyone's        degree, I've done everything I wanted to do in my undergrad degree.' came to feel that philosophy was most
alive and relevant today."
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friend, I don't care."
"My first year of playing competitive
Dota 2,1 was taking four courses and
working two jobs."
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This year has been filled with lots of events,
ranging from cold plunges into the ocean to
the Dalai Lama visiting UBC. We have compiled a list of events that we thought stood out
and made our very large campus more of a
community.
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While some of our most-viewed stories this year had to do with cars on stairs, we also
did some more serious journalism. Here's a collection of some ofthe biggest stories from
each section over the course ofthe year. We chose the stories based on their relevance to
students and the UBC community as a whole, as well as their popularity. They range from
light-hearted stories about a coyote to a serious letter about racially motivated violence. 6    I    UBYSSEY    I    MONDAY, APRIL 20,2015
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The Student Nest (also known as the new SUB) has seen delay
after delay throughout the course ofthe year. Originally scheduled for September 2014, the opening date was pushed back
to the beginning ofthe second term in January 2015 once the
AMS realized that there was no way that all the construction
would finish in time. Naturally, the announcement of another
opening delay (this time until the beginning of April) was not
long in coming. The AMS originally promised that this would
be the final time, but we are now at the end of April and still in
the old SUB. This time, the opening date is set for May. We
believe you guys, really...
Alex Mierke-Zatwarnicki discusses how both her own and
later attempts to found a feminism club at UBC failed due to
the AMS arguing that there were already other organizations
with a similar mandate. She contends that the AMS' refusal
to support the club was suggestive ofthe organization having
a "feminism quota." AMS VP admin Ava Nasiri responds to
Mierke-Zatwarnicki's claims, stating that the AMS did not
reject the second application ofthe UBC Feminism Club due
to a "quota." Nasiri insists that the Student Administrative
Commission (SAC) does not have political bias, and instead
bases its decisions off of clear mandates, budgets and organized proposals.
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O   Four cars got stuck on stairs in October
In one ofthe most bizarre incidents in recent UBC history,
four cars became stuck on various staircases on campus
over the course of a month. Three vehicles found themselves on the stairs by 1KB, and one (a taxi, no less) became
entrenched on a staircase by Totem. The trend ended with a
blockade being installed at the 1KB staircase, where the first
three incidents occurred.
O   Middle class need not apply
Former Ubyssey Coordinating Editor Geoff Lister asserts
that the fee increases are symbolic of UBC becoming a
school for the rich. He contends that the university's decision demonstrates a fundamental disconnect between UBC's
administration and its students, and that higher costs will
only contribute to the development of a school that caters
solely to the elite.
O   UBC Perspective on the Umbrella Revolution
UBC saw the ripple effects of Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution at the beginning of this year. Both members ofthe UBC
Hong Kong Students Association and individual students
with ties to Hong Kong gathered to hand out yellow ribbons
and write notes of support to express solidarity with the
thousands of students who took to the streets of Hong Kong
to protest for greater democracy and independence from
China.
O   Don't blame UBC for fee increases
Our opinions editor argues that UBC should not shoulder all
ofthe blame for international tuition and student housing
fee increases. Although against decreased accessibility
to education, he argues that the increases were proposed
only after the university had exhausted most of its other
revenue-generating options. In the face of decreasing
government funding, deferred maintenance projects and
ever-rising costs, the university was stuck between a rock
and a hard place in making its decision.
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O  Funding cut to Alpine Ski team
UBC's varsity sports review process was a controversial one
- teams that had underperformed were unsure of whether
they would exist the next season. When the (formerly varsity) Alpine Skiing team learned that they had been relegated to competitive club status, members and execs fought
tooth and nail to appeal the decision, only to be dismissed at
every opportunity. We spoke to them about the frustrating,
drawn-out process of trying to save the team they hold dear,
and how they plan to cope moving forward.
O   The Dalai Lama visits campus
During his three-day visit to Vancouver in late October, the
Dalai Lama stopped by UBC to lead a panel discussion of 6,000
people packed into Thunderbird Arena to hear the Dalai Lama
speak about the similarities that bind humanity as well as
specific ways to make compassion and balance a part of one's
life. The arrival also sparked some protests, as members ofthe
International Shugden Community gathered outside the spaces
where the Dalai Lama was scheduled to perform to chant and
hand out brochures that demanded that the alleged ban ofthe
Dorje Shugden School of Buddhism be lifted.
O  Mt. Gandalf and Mt. Aragorn
Places to Be was a new column this year that published
travel experiences from anyone who wanted to share them.
Perhaps one ofthe most interesting experiences published
was a VOC expedition to the Tolkien Range, including Mt.
Gandalf and Mt. Aragorn, named by VOC members in the
1970s as a tribute to the Lord ofthe Rings series. Koby Michaels recounted his journey through Pacific Northwestern
rain and fog through a landscape straight out ofthe books
for which it was named.
O Campus diversity: Religion on Campus
University is often thought of as being a non-religious place,
however with UBC's large student population it comes as no
surprise that there are many spiritual and religious outlets
for students on campus. Students tend to reconnect with
faith later in life, according to Rabbi Philip Bregman who
noted the difference between the lack of connection at the
undergraduate orientation with the constant engagement
at the graduate orientation. Students see joining a group on
campus as a way to find a sense of security and home, which
can be difficult in a campus as large as UBC's.
O Rachel Talalay directs season finale of Doctor Who
Assistant professor in the film department, Rachel Talalay,
directed this year's season finale of Doctor Who. The two-part
ending premiered in November and brought the Cybermen, a
robot race set on destroying humans, back into the Doctor Who
story line. Talalay has a degree in mathematics from Yale University but nonetheless had a passion for film. She has worked
on a host of supernatural and 'geeky' television series including
Supernatural and Without a Trace, and directed the science
fiction film Tank Girl. The season finale episodes were named
"Dark Water" and "Death in Heaven."
Snow Issue
Based on the idea of creating a photo-based Ubyssey magazine, the Snow Issue was a collaborate effort with the Ski &
Board Club that resulted in one of our most-read online issues
ever. With contributions from alumni Leo Zuckerman and
Hamish Baxter, it features some world class photography and
incredibly bare asses. The issue highlighted the opportunities
available for students in creative media, and gave some advice
for those pursuing a career in the arts. If you're interested in
exploring the local hills, we included a guide aimed directly at
UBC students with all the information you'll need to know.
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The film The Interview spurred international debate surrounding comedy and politics within the film industry. Diana
Bang, who played Sook — the North Korean Chief of Propaganda, is both a Vancover-based actress and a UBC alumna.
Bang conducted extensive research as to how the character
Sook should sound, walk and move as a North American
female military operative. Bang studied psychology and geography before choosing a career in acting. Though her most
notable role is her portrayal of Sook, Bang's career is certain
to grow. Her latest project is a web series titled Paranormal
Solutions Inc.
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O UBC first to acquire copies of rare gay literature
Through crowd-funding efforts, UBC was able to purchase
two rare gay literature books on November 18: Des Grieux and
Teleny. PhD student Justin O'Hearn and Associate Professor
Gregory Mackie headed the acquisition of these two books.
The acquisition of Des Grieux and Teleny allow scholars,
students and the public to now examine the proposed origins
of erotic gay literature. This is the first time that these books
will be available to the public, as they and other copies ofthe
books, were previously only housed and owned by private
collectors.
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O     Two UBC students found dead in avalanche
On Sunday, January 11, three climbers were killed in an ice
climbing accident at the central couloir of Joffre Peak - a
difficult climb, but one within the skill range ofthe experienced climbers. The accident rattled the Canadian climbing
community. The UBC Varsity Outdoor Club, of which Stephanie Grothe and Neil Mackenzie were prominent members,
was in shock. We spoke to the climbers' friends and fellow
members ofthe VOC to remember them as they were: adventurous, positive, talented people who were lost too early.
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O Former KIN professor handed sentence for voyeurism
Earlier this year, UBC Kinesiology professor James Rupert pleaded guilty to voyeurism after being arrested for
videotaping four women while they were using a changing
room for one of his studies. Even though Rupert's lawyer
requested a conditional discharge, Judge Kathryn Demhoff
said that the offence was serious enough to warrant a suspended sentence with a 15-month probation and a criminal
record. Rupert's probation conditions include reporting
to an officer, avoiding all contact with his victims, staying
away from the UBC campus, completing 80 hours of community service and paying restitution to one of his victims,
who underwent counseling after the incident.
O Faculty vote to divest from fossil fuels
After an active student divestment campaign that started in November 2013, the faculty also voted on whether
UBC should divest from companies that support fossil fuel
use. The referendum, which was led by Forestry professor
George Hoberg, saw 61.88 per cent ofthe 955 participating
faculty members vote in support of divestment. The final
decision on whether the university should divest from fossil
fuels with the Board of Governors, who will take both the
student and the faculty referenda into consideration when
they make the decision in the upcoming months.
O BDS referendum fails to meet quorum
At the beginning of February, students from the Solidarity
for Palestinian Human Rights group gathered the 1,000
signatures necessary put a motion to hold a referendum on
whether the AMS should divest from companies that support the actions of the Israeli military in Gaza and the West
Bank. The AMS officially disendorsed the referendum question, advising students to vote "any way but yes." In the end,
the referendum question received more yes than no votes,
but did not reach the quorum necessary (eight per cent of all
eligible student voters) for the motion to come into effect.
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On March 5, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau stopped by
campus to give a speech about youth in politics and the
upcoming federal elections. After his address to a packed
SUB ballroom, Trudeau stuck around to answer questions
from the crowd about anything from his stance on drugs
and abortion to the rising costs of student education. When
asked where he would make the changes to the anti-terrorism bill proposed by the Conservatives, Trudeau gave the
extremely evasive 'in committee' answer.
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The women's basketball team looked good all season, but
on January 9 against Lethbridge, something clicked. That
81-60 win would be the first in an 18-game unbeaten streak
that would see them steamroll through the Canada West
championship on their way to the CIS finals. There, they
took the first game against Ryerson, but fell in overtime, by
two points to McGill, ending their dream run for gold. They
finished strong, beating the University of Saskatchewan to
take bronze, and can look back on their achievements with
pride.
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In March, Kinesiology students voted to increase their
student fees by $250 in order to help fund a new student
building. The referendum was marked by controversy and
criticism from outside the society, as it was later revealed
that Robyn Freiheit, was hired by the university to be the
Special Projects Coordinator for the campaign to get students to vote for the new student building. Although some
have accused Freiheit of having a conflict of interest, the
majority of students still voted to increase the fees.
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In the early hours of March 18, the RCMP arrested a 27
year-old UBC student for an attempted sexual assault by
Totem Park. The victim, who was grabbed from behind
and put into a chokehold, managed to escape her attacker
and run into the residence for help. The suspect, who was
arrested shortly after 1 a.m. on Wednesday, appeared before
a judge at the Richmond Courthouse that same day.
O The end of an era: history of the Gallery
The Gallery, a pub that was located on the main floor of
the SUB, closed its doors for the last time on April 10 after
almost 36 years of business. The pub — which has played
host to AMS elections announcements, Karaoke nights,
trivia nights and in recent years Bar Talks — has a long
history that began when the AMS decided to turn the SUB
Art Gallery into a lounge for the first two weeks of school.
Then, in 2012, the Gallery and SUB basement restaurant the
Pendulum merged to create what was known as the Gallery
current students knew.
O   I was assaulted and nobody saw
A student tells his story of being assaulted on campus after a
Pit Night. The author describes a racially motivated attack,
where he had his turban torn from his head, was insulted
with racial epithets and was beaten by several individuals.
The student then argues in favour of security cameras being
installed on campus in order to both prevent such incidents
from happening again, and to help catch the perpetrators if
they do.
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Thanks to everyone who contributed throughout the 2014/15 year!
Aaron Bailey, Abigail Pelaez, Adam Waitzer, Aiken Lao, Ailsa Naismith, Alan
Marx, Alex Lenz, Alex Mierke-Zatwarnicki, Alison Braid, Amanda Bamford,
Amie Kim, Amy Ryder, Andrea Gonzalez, Andrew Lai, Angela Tien, Angelina
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Mariam Baldeh, Mariam Barry, Marina Martyn Hemphill, Mary Solomon,
Maryam Baksh, Mason Mcintosh, Mateo Ospina, Maura Forrest, Meritxell
Parramon, Mia Glanz, Miguel A Rozo, Miguel Santa Maria, Mikayla Uber, Mike
Chen, Milica Palinic, Ming Wong, Mischa Milne, Mohamed Jassim, Moira
Warburton, Momoko Hirano, Mormei Zanke, Natalie Morris, Natalie Scadden,
Neelam Sidhu, Nick Adams, Nicole Yeh, Nikos Wright, Noah Derksen, Nuala
Turner, Olamide Olaniyan, Olivia Boon, Olivia Law, Patrick Gillin, Paul S. Jon,
Peter Siemens, Phaedra Dill, Philip He, Presty Wulansari, Quinn Aebi, Rachel
Levy McLaughlin, Reem Yousif, Reyhana Heatherington, Robert Joseph, Salman Zafar, Sam Fruitman, Sarah Pribadi, Scott Jacobsen, Sean Donachiue, Sean
Sinden, Seher Asaf, Serena Chao, Shanee Prasad, Si Jia Wen, Simran Singh, Sofy
Tsai, Soren Elsay, Stephanie Stearman, Steven Durfee, Sunny Oh, Tammy Hsieh,
Tara Bigdeli, Tarana Rana, Timothy Hoggan, Tisha Dasgupta, Torsten Raupach,
Trisha Bernardo, Tyrone Chenne, Urooba Jamal, Veronika Bondarenko, Vesna
Stoicovici, Vicky Huang, Victor Hogrefe, Victoria Lansdowne, Victoria Surtees,
Viet Vu, Vincent Veidt, Will Keats Osborn, Will McDonald and Yoki Li.
A special thanks to the following advertisers:
Amazon Canada, AMS, BC Legislature, BCIT, Bridge Communications, British
Columbia College of Social Workers, Browns Social House, Chan Centre for
the Performing Arts, Consulate General ofthe Republic of Korea, Corix, David
Eby, Day Communications, Discount Textbooks, Dr. Elizabeth Demeter, Eaton
Education, Elevator Strategy, For Your Eyes Only, Fraser Institute, Free Media,
Gold's Gym, Green College, Grouse Mountain Resorts, ihaveaplan.ca (ASEQ
Inc), Imaginus, Joyce Murray, Kahntact Marketing, Kick Media, Kitsilano Mini
Storage, Langara, Mahony & Sons, Metro Vancouver Elections, New Ad, One
Step Storage, Pacific National Exhibition, QS, Qu Biologies Inc., Regent College,
Rennie MarketingSystems, Revolve EPS Holdings Ltd., Samson Bespoke Tailors,
Schulich Medicine and Dentistry, SFU Strength-into-Unity Project, SFU Woodwards Cultural Programs, Simon Fraser University - Attn: Centre for Digital
Media, Soho Nail Boutique, Speakeasy Bar and Grill - Broadway, Sporer Mah &
Company, Sprott School of Business, Carleton University, Staples, STOP animal
research, Student Legal Fund Society, The Boardroom, The Campus Network,
The Kaleidoscope, The Pit Pub, The Vapour Emporium, The University of British
Columbia, Theatre @ UBC, Unique Lives, University of Toronto School of Public
Policy and Governance, Vancouver International Marathon Society, Vancouver
Theatresports and Warner Bros Canada.
A Note on 2015/16
Our new office will be located in 2208 of the New SUB. Although
have been filled for the coming year, our volunteers are what truly makes the pa.
run. If you have an interest in journalism, come say hi and see what campus reporting
is all about.
If you'd like to write over the summer, email coordinating@ubyssey.ca f
Notice of Development Permit Application - DP 15010
Public Open House
Natural and Artificial Turf Soccer Fields
You are invited to attend an Open House on Tuesday, April 28 to view and comment on three
new UBC/Whitecaps soccer fields to be located next to the proposed National Soccer Development Centre within Thunderbird Park. Plans will be displayed for two natural grass and one
artificial turf fields.
Date:
Place:
day, April 28,2015 4:30-6:00PM
nis Centre - Multipurpose Room, 6160 Thunderbird Boulevard
Representatives from the project team and
Campus + Community Planning will be
available to provide information and
respond to inquiries about this project.
For further information:
Please direct questions to Karen Russell,
Manager Development Services
karen.russell@ubc.ca   604-822-1586
For more information or to comment on
this project, please visit: plannine.ubc-
ca/vancouver/proiects-consultations
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This notice contains important information which may affect you. Please ask someone to translate it for you.
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Notice of Development Permit Application - DP 15011
Public Open House
Brock Commons Student Residence
You are invited to attend an Open House on Wednesday, April 29 to view and comment on a
proposed new 18-storey student residence on Walter Gage Road, to house upper year and
graduate students.
Date:
Place:
4:00 - 6:00PM
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18-storey student residence with 408 beds. The
building will comprise 17-storeys of dormitory
rooms over student amenity areas at ground level.
Representatives from the project team and Campus +
Community Planning will be available to provide
information and respond to inquiries about this
project.
For more information or to comment on this project,
please visit:
plannine.ubc.ca/vancouver/projects-consultations
For further information:
Please direct questions to Karen Russe
Manager Development Services
karen.russell@ubcca   604-822-1586      [■]
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