“We looked like we wanted to play a soft, fancy, Harlem Globetrotter game, and it doesn’t work,” said UBC’s head coach Sven Butenschon following the loss.
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Hillel BC and the Chabad Jewish Student Centre (CJSC) collaboratively set up a “Mitzvah Marathon” booth today as a response to the pro-Nazi incidents that occurred on campus last week.
It's that time of year again: Thrive week is now over and finals are fast approaching — the final leg of fall term is upon us.
Luckily, a number of clubs on campus lets us interact and appreciate our interests, without needing to be committed.
Throughout the first month of their competitions, the Thunderbirds have produced impressive all-around results. With a group of extraordinary talent, they have become accustomed to beating their Canada West rivals.
You get the sense that John Mulaney does these shows as much for himself as he does it for us. At his November 10 show at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, the 35-year old Chicago comedian whittled whimsical rants into comedic odysseys and he wore his best suit for it too.
For the “fifth [time] in four years,” the Vancouver development permit board has rejected the condo tower proposal at 105 Keefer in Chinatown, which has been criticized as a harbinger for further gentrification into the historical Vancouver district.
My editor has called Buchanan Tower “the barnacle of UBC’s architecture.” He’s far from alone. Buchanan Tower is grey, miserable mass of concrete that looks Stalinist on a good day.
UBC BizTech is a club hoping to integrate students from a variety of majors using the banner of technology, social awareness and entrepreneurship. Starting in 2004, the club primarily consisted of students who combined computer science and business or similar majors.
But did you know there’s another, more beneficial way to write a term paper? Its called “writing it the night before” and here are four reasons why you should write all papers in a caffeinated haze at 3 a.m.
“The expectations for the typical post-secondary student has somehow centred around the idea of maintaining a full schedule and an unnecessarily high stress level — there’s this idea that if you’re not stressed out and overworked, you’re lazy and unambitious.”
All proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards supporting research at the Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health at UBC.
There is nothing more annoying than hunting for a study space in the last three weeks of classes. All of a sudden, students start bringing blankets and pillows to the library and marking their territory in their respective spaces.
McCrudden’s goal is to promote not only the website but also the overarching mission of a healthier UBC campus with nutritious and delicious food choices.
Student Health Services, the AMS, drug users and campus associations are using their own methods of harm reduction to curb the threat of fentanyl. This is the health crisis that UBC confronts — and it's one that traditional health services aren’t prepared to face.