We use the vapid euphemism "mental health" all the time, but we obviously have no idea what it means.
Due to changing public health advice, UBC is no longer providing PCR tests to individuals who test positive through the rapid testing program.
On Wednesday evening, AMS Council met for the first time in 2022, returning to a virtual format amid the spread of the Omicron variant.
So what exactly is changing? Here’s a brief picture of what campus will look like for the next four weeks.
While it's obvious that the play was made with a lot of heart, the performance just wasn't enough for me.
As we grow up, we learn about the small world and its ways, built by the people around us. I wanted to see beyond that world.
Is it technically a Yuletide film? No, but I’ve always watched it around the winter holidays, so that has to count for something, right?
It is a terrible thought that even Muppets have to pay mortgages.
The games will proceed to follow the schedule with the exception of having 50 per cent capacity in each game.
The T-Birds finished off all their games of the Canada West Campaign in the first term. They will be back in action next year when the second term starts again.
“Every single dude, all 26 of us that were in Kingston and for the guys that stayed back home, we all deserve to be champions,” the fourth-year centre Connor Byron.
“I feel confident that we have a good chance of winning U Sports. But it won't be as easy as [Canada West],” said Justice Migneault.
Why is cultural appropriation so hard for folks to understand?
Do we as black individuals feel like we have conquered or proven something by being in an interracial relationship?
Knowing your limits and experimenting in a safe space before a big bender is incredibly important.
Volunteering has so many benefits, but for me personally, it increases my self-esteem and adds purpose to my life.
Retired UBC Professor Ronald Hatch died on November 25, 2021. Ron was a professor in the UBC English department for over 35 years.
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