Every human being on this planet experiences anxiety, to some degree or another. University students especially can often be prone to social anxiety in the classroom and other various academic environments.
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“I just felt we were inconsistent in our execution. We executed well in spurts, and then not as well at other times,” said head coach Kerry MacDonald of Friday’s match. “We hadn’t prepared for the lineup that we saw last night; that was a line they h
It's not revenge, but it's still pretty big. The Thunderbirds were able to start the new year successfully against the UBC Okanagan Heat (UBCO) and overtake them on the conference standings with back-to-back wins which consisted of a 3-0 win on Frida
Every few weeks, your elected student government meets on a Wednesday night to talk about issues concerning the AMS. Agenda items can seem long, mysterious and confusing without the proper background.
Run to McDonald’s. Or A&W. Or Triple O’s. When you have that cheeseburger craving, which I promise you will, just run there and you won’t feel as guilty in indulging in a 600-calorie burger chalk-full of chemicals.
“With today’s decision we are making right the fundamental wrong at the heart of the issue: a well-intentioned but incorrect decision to cancel John’s speaking engagement in the first place,” wrote Ono in his statement on the matter.
Since peak numbers of hundreds of students, waitlists have now shrunk significantly and are made up of mostly non-majoring students. In particular, CPSC 310 has reduced its waitlist to 16 non-majors, from a combined 256 major and non-major students.
The weekend doubleheader was a matchup between the two top teams in Canada West. The first game on Friday ended in a 3-1 win for the ’Birds, with goals from Cassandra Vilgrain, Nicole Saxvik and Haneet Parhar. Goalkeeper Amelia Boughn recorded anoth
We've been fighting with the university for a few years now to try to get access to the rubrics that explain exactly how they grade broad-based admissions. Here's a recap of the whole situation. So what happened?
The 2017 AMS elections will be held in early March, but nominations are now open for every elected position in the AMS, including the president, VP Finance, VP Academic and University Affairs, VP External, and VP Administration.
If there is one thing in this word that I would exchange my own family for, it would have to be pizza. As most of my friends — who’ve received midnight texts from me wondering if they would also be down to order some — will know.
The news of Calhoun's Bakery closing down hit UBC hard. We asked you to send us your memories of the beloved 24-hour study spot and you delivered. Here's a selection of our favourites, beginning with some of our own.
“The charges were stayed, as the Crown concluded that there was no longer a substantial likelihood of a conviction,” said Daniel McLaughlin, communications counsel for the criminal justice branch, in an email statement to The Ubyssey.
The city itself continues to be plagued by slick conditions. If struggling to acclimatize is making the jump back into school that much trickier, hopefully this guide to the cold and the snow can help.
The University Fashion Club has got you covered with their Welcome Back Movie Night tomorrow at 6 p.m.! Hosted in the most appropriate location for the fashion club — the Scarfe building — it's sure to be a fun time.