Kealoha called the decision to pursue poetry as a career one of the single biggest decisions of his life. Even after the radical career change however, Kealoha did not abandon his scientific background.
The fundamental purpose of the installation is to demonstrate the possibilities of renewable energy and inspire students on campus.
Students living and studying in the northeast corner of campus should expect to see more ubiquitous construction fences in the near future.
Universities across BC are being legally mandated by the province to take a ‘balanced approach’ to international tuition — and UBC is no exception.
The overwhelming majority of the 10,000 objects which are available for the public to view are semi-hidden within those copper handled drawers.
In a new heroic Hannah epic, we will venture into Buchanan tower and ask a few history experts about their favourite foods from their chosen periods of history!
What if I told you that the very foundation of The Ubyssey’s history is based on a lie?
Regardless of what students are interested in, the new season of UBC Theatre offers myriad of options.
With 23 games on the go this weekend, there are lots to talk about in terms of results.
"We're lucky to be in the position we're in when we're playing for a home playoff game which can mean a lot and we just got to continue to want to get better."
Participants will have the opportunity to learn from experienced backcountry and downhill skiers and riders.
As we enter into a new season for the UBC volleyball teams, expectations remain high though their are several new faces on each roster.
“Even if you ‘never get the flu,’ or are thinking about rolling the dice and dealing with the symptoms if they come, you should still get the shot for everyone else’s sake.”
Experts agree that what you eat has a very direct and significant impact on your physiology and biochemistry.
The unfortunate news is that this will likely lead to a conversation involving the three of you and the living arrangement
But if Hamid wants a more engaged Council, it might be worth remembering that they are not— and should not be—a Board.
The Ubyssey sat down with Dr. Richard Johnston, Canada research chair in public opinion, elections and representation and professor of political science at UBC, to break down the options and what is at stake for students when casting their ballots over the next month.
The idea of introducing scientific methods into the study of religion is at the core of one of Slingerland’s newest projects, the Database of Religious History, which functions as an online encyclopedia of scholarly knowledge on religious cultural history that is structured and visualized in time and space.
Jump Start has grown to over 3,400 students, both international and domestic. And its benefits have been linked not just to improving retention, but to improving almost every aspect of a student’s university career.
Iceland is a land of contrasts: behemoth glaciers sliding slowly past actively smoking volcanoes. The tranquility of the aurora borealis was interrupted by the roar of the deadly waves crashing against the black cliffs of the southern coast.
The results vary dramatically based on whether our CO2 emissions stay where they are — in a “business as usual” scenario — or whether we make substantial efforts to reduce our CO2 emissions in the future.
Hodge said she hopes the exhibit will “ignite a sense of amazement and curiosity in visitors as they imagine this majestic sea creature swimming through a Cretaceous sea.”
“The pun that I use is that if we had not got this very versatile and diverse team, this invention would not have seen the light of day.”
“We’ve made IUDs cost equivalent here such that students are able to access both hormone-releasing and copper IUDs at the same price point in a simplified system.”