Pick a place that is as free of light pollution as possible, as far from the city lights as possible, which can be difficult in Vancouver.
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We thought it'd be more fun to imagine what the AMS could do with that money for one insane, balls-to-the-wall, blowout concert.
It's natural for first years to enter UBC full of questions, and the folks at r/ubc are doing a hell of a job answering them.
The vast majority of your money is going to tuition, but you might not know what the rest is used for. Here's how much you're paying in student fees every year, what they're used for, and how you can save a few bucks by opting out.
Imagine if someone were to speak out against you, and you couldn't get them to stop, no matter how much you resemble a second-rate Bond villain?
Not sure why your girlfriend cares less about you than a 35 year-old Swedish man you've never head of? It's good to have some knowledge in the bank.
The school year is drawing nearer. And with its approach comes our desire to buy things we do not need.
Yesterday an (un)lucky student received an email from the UBC Awards Office congratulating him on his $0.00 scholarship for academic excellence.
Search "#UBC" on Twitter and you'll probably find more than you bargained for.
UBC Information Technology offers a free download of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher and Access.
You name a price for your book, then they sell it. 80 per cent of the profit goes back to you, and 20 per cent goes to the BC Children's Hospital.
"There’s a great circus community in Vancouver. Juggling, mostly. It’s always fun."
Here are a few simple rules to make life easier for you and the person selling you your shiny new textbook.
"The company we rented from has told us they are one of a kind."
New SUB Community Engagement Coordinator Rae Berilea has bought a pair of giant ceremonial scissors from Party Bazaar for $100.