The totally normal Sauder student sitting next to you at Koerner's has said “It just really feels like we’re living in a panopticon, you know, like Foucault.” And you’ve started to panic. They’re a philosophy minor.
Students at the School of School Work are calling UBC’s commitment to reconciliation and decolonization into question after not receiving a response to an open letter critical of the university’s communications and handling of the mourning of Queen Elizabeth II.
Electoral Area A is an unincorporated region of Metro Vancouver which encompasses UBC and the University Endowment Lands.
UBC's Board of Governors appointed Dr. Deborah Buszard as UBC's interim president. Buszard will take over from six-year President Santa Ono on October 14.
I first realized that Vancouver-based comedian and UBC alum Ed Hill was something special when, nine days before I saw him perform at the Vancouver Fringe Festival, he told me that his latest show Stupid Ed would end on a sombre note.
Tiny sunglasses and slip dresses aren’t the only ‘90s trends coming back: a local arts organization is using disposable cameras to make the Vancouver art scene easier to access.
The 2022 Vancouver Fringe Festival presented over seventy works this year, but who has time to go and see that many plays?
After missing last year’s block party, I was looking forward to attending this year’s Welcome Back BBQ, which followed the same concept: a bass-pumping concert in the plaza outside the nest, surrounded by a maze of chain link fences.
Lady Bird said it best: “I have to get out of Sacramento … Because it’s soul-killing. It’s the Midwest of California.”
It was finals week April 2021, deep into online school. Sage Houston raced to finish her final essays for her history and political science courses. Mid-essay, her MacBook unexpectedly shut down and refused to boot back up again.
Sheldon Goldfarb has been the AMS archivist for the past 28 years — a job he is perfect for but took the scenic route to.
2022/23 GSS President Samsel Kenston is a doctor, father and lifelong advocate.
The AMS has acted on the letter of its commitment, but not the spirit — your tuition is still being used to trade your future for short-term profit by supporting RBC, Canada’s largest fossil fuel financier.
In the Indigenous world, storytelling is how we know everything we know. Knowledge passed down from generation to generation, changing and evolving as the world does, too.
While I myself am still learning about myself and what it means for me to fit in, I would and will never hide the fact that I am mixed.
With regards to Indigenous documentation and similar matters, I would ask that settler individuals truly listen to Indigenous individuals.
Dr. Kat Milligan-McClellan shared how her lab developed a fishy model for studying gut health.
Science Literacy Week serves to support public interest and accessibility in science across Canada and will run from September 19-25.
Sound waves can be used to create bandages that are stickier with broad clinical applications, from surgery to drug delivery and cancer treatment.
The MEDIC foundation is dedicated to expanding knowledge and awareness on chronic conditions.
Over the weekend, the UBC Thunderbirds men’s hockey team opened their regular season against the visiting University of Calgary Dinos. After a hard-fought two games, UBC came away with three of four possible points.
UBC men’s soccer was held to a loss and a draw by the University of Northern British Columbia Timberwolves in a weekend doubleheader at Thunderbird Stadium.
UBC women’s hockey split their season-opening games this weekend, beating the University of Calgary Dinos 5–2 before losing 3–0 in Calgary.
UBC women’s soccer improved to 10–1 in conference play after a comfortable 3–1 win over the Thompson Rivers University Wolfpack (4–4–2) at Thunderbird Stadium on Saturday.