English professor Mandy Len Catron talks about the fame that came after her article on training herself to fall in love appeared in The New York Times.
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A new UBC-O study shows that people who have not committed crimes can still be led to admitting that they had by implanting false memories.
UBC Sustainability has released its annual report for the 2013-2014 year.
A study by Sauder professor Ning Nan found that student-led organizing through social media is especially powerful in times of crisis.
With January 27 marking the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, over three hundred survivors visited the former concentration camp in Southern Poland to commemorate the day when Soviet troops broke into the camp to liberate it from the Nazis in 1945.
UBC's Initiative for Sustainable Health Care hopes to focus on ways to make our current health care system more affordable and accessible.
The Muslim Students' Associations of Western Canada have teamed up to show "the real Islam" in a series of events for this year's Islam Awareness Week.
The Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia has given $1 million in funding to UBC Farm.
Classroom, learning space and technological upgrades are part of the university's renovation focus this year.
Financial Times ranked Sauder among the top 100 MBA programs in the world.
IAmAStudent protesters came together on Thursday, January 29 to march against UBC's proposed 20 per cent increase to housing fees.
This Sweater Day, UBC Common Energy is urging students to bundle up, turn down the thermostat, and join them for a full day of sustainability awareness.
UBC will be expanding its midwife training program after a $680,000 donation from the province.
Researchers at the TRIUMF institute have confirmed the existence of a new type of chemical bond.
UBC astronomers looked at the space-time curvature warp inside a binary star before it slipped out of view for 160 years.