Journey to HUBBUB 15

Dec 11, 2020

In the beginning… CityStudio Vancouver and our local partners leapt into experimentation this Fall 2020 semester as two major systems disruptions pushed us all to go partially or entirely online and to rethink how we are doing our work increasingly with justice, equity, decolonization, and diversity in mind. Our team forged ahead with 18 course […]

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HUBBUB 15: Happening Now 🍿

Dec 4, 2020

This week HUBBUB 15 Live opened a week of celebration of collaboration between post-secondary students, faculty and City staff members. We were joined by guest speakers including City of Vancouver’s Mayor Kennedy Stewart and four of our local post-secondary presidents including Santa Ono from UBC, Lane Trotter from Langara College, Kathy Kinloch from BCIT, and […]

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Call to Climate Action

Nov 12, 2020

I am writing to you as someone who I know is deeply concerned about climate change.

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Living the Future Now: A Student, the City and Climate Emergency

Oct 30, 2020

When I decided to go back to university a little later in life to finish an incomplete Communications degree, I wasn’t expecting much. I wanted to just get through the five remaining classes and tick off a life goal box: university degree, check. However one course at SFU entitled Environmental Communications and its collaboration with […]

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CityStudio is Looking for New Board Members!

Oct 22, 2020

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Sunday November 15, 2020 at midnight CityStudio is an innovation hub that brings city staff, post-secondary students, faculty, and community to co-create experimental projects to make cities more sustainable, liveable, joyful and inclusive. After 6 years running as an SFU initiative, a board was elected and CityStudio registered as a non-profit Society in […]

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Highlights from the Studio (Fall 2020)

Oct 8, 2020

With Day 189 of the pandemic and the increase in cases, we are seeing the vital role that collective civic action will play as we push into the fall, and it is becoming clear that the next year at CityStudio will be characterized by a slow and steady adaptation with our partners.

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