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The Bobcats, despite a woeful 6-9 conference record and being 10 points behind the ’Birds, defeated UBC 1-3 on Friday and 0-3 on Saturday. On Friday night, the Thunderbirds lost in four sets with set scores at 25-16, 15-25, 25-27 and 22-25.

UBC will be hosting an NBA skills competition Saturday at the Student Rec Centre. The event will have a skills competition, a three-point shootout and a slam-dunk contest. The winner could win a trip to the NBA All-Star Game in Toronto.

Men’s basketball were dealt a tough loss by the Regina Cougars on Saturday night. After trailing close behind Regina for three quarters of the game, the Thunderbirds managed to tie the score before falling 83-79.

The 'Birds men’s hockey team lost back-to-back this weekend against the Saskatchewan Huskies with a 6-2 loss at home on Saturday night. “It was a rough game for us. I think Saskatchewan outplayed us,” Thunderbirds defender Wes Vannieuwenhuizen said.

Cellular reception tends to disappear about 50km north of Pemberton, which is a shame because we were meant to be 30km east of Pemberton. But with a bit of luck and help stranger, we managed to find our way to Joffre Lakes Provincial Park.

Skiing and boarding attracts thousands of snow-stoked students year after year and rightfully so. Lucky for us, UBC is close to a Mecca of world ski terrain. If you haven’t hit the slopes yet this season, you are truly missing out.

Thunderbird rugby players Elizabeth Theems-Golding and Annabel Arnott are training with Julie Johnson, a national team bobsled pilot hopeful. The duo had never bobsledded before a few months ago when Johnson approached the team.

I know, I know — enough of the football coverage. The season's over and you're still talking about them, seriously? Yes, seriously. Someone made a football pump up video from footage of this season's Vanier Cup winning run and it's spectacular.

After going 2-8 in the last 10 games, the UBC men’s hockey team were desperate to impress at the Winter Classic, only to finish with a disappointing 4-1 loss. UBC now holds a record of 9-11-3 and place sixth in Canada West.

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