After carrying a one goal deficit into the third period of their Friday night match up against the Cougars, the 'Birds rallied with three unanswered goals to take the series opener by a final score of 4-2.
This year, CAP is restructuring, alternating between those and guest speaker sessions in order to better fulfill students’ stated desires and needs.
On Friday, a psychiatrist further testified to the mental state of former UBC student Thamer Almestadi, 19, who is on trial for attacking a fellow UBC student Mary Hare in Totem Park residence last year.
Last Thursday, AMS VICE hosted a naloxone training party in the Nest Performance Centre, in which trainers educated attendees about opioids and taught them how to administer naloxone, a drug that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.
I’ve never gone to a party and chosen to stay sober. Drinking, to me, is the essence of partying, the party’s real core. On nights when I haven’t felt like drinking, I’ve stayed in. Simple as that.
Black Cop, by Canadian director Cory Bowles, is pretty much what it says on the tin – the story of an African-American man who works as a police officer.
On the summit of Mount Precipice, Adam — a down-and-out Arab-Christian entrepreneur and expectant father — sits in his car, a trail of marijuana smoke rising from the sunroof, when a crowd of tourists pass by.
With accuracy and great beauty, Call Me By Your Name (CMBYN) captures the experience of a languid, over-long summer. It’s the 1980s, somewhere in idyllic Northern Italy. Oliver (Armie Hammer) is an American academic and guest in Elio Perlman's home.
The team heads into playoffs on a two-game win streak and with some fire in their bellies.
Although this was a crushing defeat for the Thunderbirds, they never gave up — even when the opponent showed no mercy.
For UBC, Thunderstruck is a chance to send a strong symbolic message — to their fans and to the other teams in the league — that despite their faring in their past few games, they are a team to be worried about.
In this edition, the fresh faces of the team talk about adjusting to top-level training and share their wisdom on campus savvy-ness after a month of classes.
“I want to encourage you to push towards fulfilling them in a meaningful way, rather than showing graphic photos of abortion, meant to shame women away from choice.”
“I was doing all the things the conventional idea of self-care encapsulates: taking naps, listening to gentle music, taking a break from homework, from life — you know, relaxing things. None of it did anything to pull me out of the emotional black hole I found myself sucked into.”
“Even without a parkade there are daily conflicts between private vehicles, buses, pedestrians and cyclists in and around the trolley bus loop. This problem has been documented many times.”
“The UBC Senate meets monthly to discuss and vote on academic matters pertaining to the University. What goes on in the Senate chambers can often feel very overwhelming or dull to the average student.”
When I visited Madagascar, I fell in love with its warm people, beautiful landscapes and unique culture.
Founded by UBC student Mahima Kapoor, Partners In Kind — formerly the AMS Afya Club — utilizes video chat platforms such as Skype or FaceTime to facilitate communication between current UBC students and prospective students abroad, as well as younger school-aged children.
I had zero expectations of the country when I first landed in it — perhaps this turned out for the best as I was pleasantly surprised and immediately taken to the beauty of the place.
“The details of how it’s served up may change over time,” said Parker. “But the heart of librarianship is still about making sure that people get what [information] they need with as little trouble as possible.”
Rick Mercer said in an interview with The Ubyssey that he came to UBC to film a segment for the Rick Mercer Report that focused on science and wasn't boring.
Bar science: go to the pub, grab a beer, and have a scientist come around and explain their research to you — while you get inebriated enough to say things like, “If I shout really loudly, will they hear me on the moon?”
Pushing a human out of your body is scary enough before you add in the high-stakes Hollywood drama. According to new research from UBC, the fear of pain and damage associated with childbirth may be pushing women towards unnecessary c-sections.
All of human knowledge has only inched up to understanding four per cent of everything, so knowing 30 per cent of differential calculus isn’t too shabby.