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Here’s your guide to enjoying Halloween safely this year.
What do you do if it’s just you, your VP and the person who is clearly gunning for your position next year?
Dear Iman, My best friend recently got a boyfriend and has been spending an awful lot of time with him.
The UBC Vancouver Senate met on Wednesday night to discuss COVID-19 on campus, and potential changes to Senate procedures on equity, diversity and inclusion.
The BC NDP is trying to slap a $25 fee on Freedom of Information requests, something that would hamper the public’s ability to access information at UBC.
Faculty online have expressed concern that UBC has made it so only department heads can notify students of potential COVID-19 exposures in classrooms — a policy which the university says it hasn’t implemented.
Halloween events taking place on and off campus this Halloween season!
From October 12 to October 18, the UBC neighbourhood had a test positively rate below one per cent, and its daily case rate only went up by one case per 100,000 per day.
While it was certainly a musical event, crowded with the crème de la crème of our beloved UBC musicians, three food trucks and a couple of stalls selling overpriced clothes just did not cut it for me.
“Knowing yourself and knowing how to stay focused is [so important],” said T-Birds' goaltender Rylan Toth, “It’s been tough relearning that [after so long without games], but it’s a part of the job, and it’s a part of being a goalie.”
UBC has laid out the parameters for their fifth consecutive cancellation of a Go Global exchange term, leaving many students with little to no hope of experiencing a single term abroad.
Once again, trends come and go. Recent menswear enthusiasts have been bringing more attention back to the overlooked sophistication that double-breasted jackets bring.
Waiting in line too long, spending too much money and being a little too overhyped, the poster sale in the Nest is a UBC rite of passage.
From May 2021 to October 14 2021, the number of visits skyrocketed to 2,420, according to Student Services Manager Mitchell Prost.