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A Simple Look at Mortgage Origination and Securitization

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By: Adam Dean

Residential mortgages are an odd investment vehicle: Everyone uses them; they fill one of the largest markets in the world; and they are always in the news. …
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Resumés, Interviews, CACEE Forms: Meet the Career Peer Advisors

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By: Pamela Yuen

‘Tis the season to apply for summer jobs and internships. Behold – the Career Peer Advising Program (CPAP) at the Business Career Centre!

Tsveta Anagnostos, a Senior …
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Two Months of Mayhem – A Summary and Commentary on BC Politics

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By: Kristen Woo

Christmas came early for the BC Liberals this year after the party faced a precarious future following Gordon Campbell’s resignation as Premier of British Columbia on November …
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Jinn’s Ipod List – Top 15 Dance Songs

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By: Jinn-Erik Soo-Tveita Here are the songs that are making Jinn dance and shake, in no particular order. A mixture of old and new songs that will make you badonkadonk …
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I Am Not a Fan of Your Loud Music, so Turn it Down!

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By: Stephanie Lai

Commuters spend a lot of time on that blue bus. I actually don’t mind my commute that much. For one thing, commuting presents fantastic people-watching opportunities, and …
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Harry Potter: The Methods Behind the Magic

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By: Serena Mawani

Well, it’s that time of year again. The time when everyone, adults and children alike, race to get their outfits ready, triple check their tickets, and eagerly re-read …
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The UBC Dollar Project: The Briefing

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By: Stephanie Lai

Have you ever been to a conference where you could decide the outcome?

I know I haven’t. This is why I was so excited to learn about …
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Social Entrepreneurship 101: The Africa Initiative

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Rimple Cheema

Social Entrepreneurship 101 (SE101) is a three-week course where students from UBC partner with students from Strathmore University in Nairobi, Kenya to teach young Kenyans how to write …
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What Should it Take to Get Into Sauder

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By: William Wijaya

We all know how difficult choosing a university can be. One has to consider the programs available, the quality of education, tuition, and what most of us …
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Our Technologically Brazen World: Are We Now One-Degree Apart?

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By: Mei Chi Ng

The term “Six-Degrees of Separation” is a concept that has gone viral over the last decade. Coined by Hungarian author, Frigyes Karinthy, Six degrees of Separation …
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When Recycling is Not Enough: Chasing Sustainability

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By: Stephanie Lai

Chasing Sustainability is a small conference – unfortunate really, because sustainability is an issue that affects everyone. But because of its size, it’s also a friendly, intimate …
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Solitude and the Price of Success

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By: Dennis Wong

The word “rosebud” resonates through cinematography like none other. British film monthly Sight and Sound has ranked Citizen Kane as the greatest film of all time in …
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