Episode 9 - Paul Bucci and Sheldon Goldfarb

October 30, 2015

This week, former Ubyssey editor-in-chief and Syrup Trap co-conspirator Paul Bucci joins us on the news beat. We talk about silly Kinesiology fees, tuition consultations, a money fight between the AMS and UBC Development, and the vision for UBC athletics.

For our interview, we talk to Sheldon Goldfarb, the longtime archivist of the AMS about a book he is writing impressionistically documenting one hundred years of students at UBC. He shares some favorite stories, and recites his famous poem "Does it Mater?"

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Episode 8 - Moira Warburton and John Robinson

October 23, 2015
On this week's show, Moira Warburton of the Ubyssey joins us for the weekly roundup. We talk tuition policy, election, and the Ubyssey's recent features spread, "Whose Campus"

We then talk to UBC's former sustainability guru John Robinson over skype from Toronto. We talk about what sustainability even means anymore, the campus as a living lab concept, green building, and John's new role as he joins the brain drain to U of T.
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Cheese Facts with Sean

October 21, 2015

Testing CiTR's phone system with a delightful friend.

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Episode 7 - Mark Mac Lean

October 18, 2015

No guests for the news roundup this week, just your lovely hosts Maayan and Neal talking about Block Party venues, the UBC Board Chair stepping down, and international tuition hikes.. We then interview Mark Mac Lean (President of the UBC Faculty Association) about the FA’s role in the the aftermath of the Gupta resignation, and his thoughts about the Berdahl affair, university governance, and advocacy.

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Episode 6 - Anne Kessler and Joanne Fox

October 18, 2015

On this week’s show Anne Kessler (former AMS VP Academic and current member of the editorial collective of The Talon) joins us for the weekly news roundup. For our feature interview, we’re joined by Dr. Joanne Fox (Principal and Academic Director of Vantage College) to talk about UBC’s special-purpose program aimed at first-year international students.

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Episode 5 - Arno Rosenfeld and Hannah Wittman

October 18, 2015

Arno Rosenfeld (Ubyssey Features Editor) joins us for the weekly news roundup, and to discuss his cover story on a leaked UBC seismic report. We also talk about the new grocery store at the SUB, food poisoning at the Harvest Feast, UBC’s centennial, and comic relief at the Board of Governors. For our feature interview, we’re joined by Dr. Hannah Wittman (Academic Director of the UBC Farm). We talk about the Farm’s past, future, and the recent big donation that they scored.

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Episode 4 - Viet Vu and the Great BoG Panel

October 17, 2015

Viet Vu (AMS councilor) stops by for this week’s news roundup, where we discuss UBC’s new VP, AMS governance review, Varsity athletics and transit referendum voter turnout. Then former student Board of Governors reps Tim Louman-Gardiner, Azim Wazeer, and Darren Peets join us for the great BoG panel of 2015.

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Episode 3 - Michelle Ghoussoub and Michael White

October 17, 2015

This week, we have our weekly roundup and chatting with Michelle Ghoussoub (UBC Journalism student). We then have an interview with Michael White (Associate Vice-President of Campus and Community Planning).

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Episode 2 - Spencer Keys and Daniel Munro

October 17, 2015

This week, we have our weekly roundup and chatting with Spencer Keys (Former AMS President, current law student). We then have an interview with Daniel Munro, (co-chair of the UBC Vancouver student senate caucus).

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Episode 1 - Will McDonald and Aaron Bailey

October 17, 2015

In our debut episode, Will McDonald (Coordinating Editor of The Ubyssey) joins us to talk news and Aaron Bailey (AMS President) is in the hot seat, being interviewed about the AMS's reaction, or lack thereof, to the resignation of UBC's President.

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