A presidential hopeful has already been put in the penalty box barely minutes after his candidacy was announced.
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There are 29 students running 36 campaigns in this year’s elections, competing for five AMS executive positions, two Board of Governors roles and five Senate slots.
The ways that we work, play and socialize are dramatically different than they were 30 years ago. So are the ways we get off.
For me this process of self-acceptance wound up being inextricably tied with the sexual encounters I partook in.
There’s an unspoken conversation on campus — and it’s about oral sex.
I nod, allowing my mind to drift away from my body, until I am just a prop in the musical she is orchestrating. A musical that always ends with her thanking me for my performance.
Milder, more mainstream kinks related to domination and submission — like bondage and choking — seem to be fairly common, but there are definitely some of us who really get down and dirty.
“In some of the experiences I’ve had — kissing and touching — I found that I got emotional really quickly,” said Mosca. As a result, Mosca has resolved not to have sex until he is in a very “secure” relationship or even engaged.
"Nominations are closed tomorrow (February 15) at noon – yes, we know – so get your nominations in quick. Fill out a nomination form (available here or in front of our office in Nest, Room 2208) and drop it off to the Administrative Assistant in Nest Room 3502 by 12 p.m. tomorrow!"
With the continued absence of Manroop Clair, the team needs to see a big series out of the team’s other top talent.
The snow has brought excitement, cancellation of classes and childish glee to UBC, and what better way to celebrate that than by making all sorts of snowpeople across campus such as this incredible replica of Santa Ono himself.
Whether you've got a Valentine or not, there's no excuse not to kiss some ass this Valentine's Day.
If they maintain their ranking by winning at least one match against the seventh-ranked Dinos this weekend, they’ll be playoff-bound.
A tweet on Sunday expressed dissatisfaction with the way that the women’s hockey game was at an earlier, less crowd-conducive time than the men’s, despite the women’s team’s higher conference standing.
On February 12, UBC shut down its classes for a snow day. Some stayed at home and cozied up watching Netflix. Others hit the slopes or the trails for a wintery hike. Once classes were back on Wednesday, some celebrated with the snow ball fight on campus. Whatever it was, our photographers captured some of the chilly memories.