This past week, those initial medal hopes from nationals turned into a gold medal in the Pyeongchang team event, as well as a bronze medal for Eric Radford and Meagan Duhamel in the pairs event.
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Two things to know about me: I am lactose intolerant, and I love chocolate, especially hot chocolate. A strange combination, and one that generally comes with a hefty price tag if I want to meld the two together.
An online open letter is now calling for presidents of Canadian universities to support Indigenous students in light of the February 9 acquittal of Gerald Stanley, who was brought to trial for the second-degree murder of Colten Boushie, a Cree man.
My sexual awareness began to feel hindered; kissing, holding hands and open affection didn’t happen on my parents’ watch. You’d think that the culture responsible for the Kama Sutra would encourage open, liberal attitudes, but no.
Two UBC student groups focused on social justice have deleted and apologized for a Facebook post linking an article that Jewish groups said “blatantly promotes anti-Semitism and bigotry.”
On a quiet summer night, I fucked a stranger who called me Tinkerbell. He was very, very tall and talked in a low, simple manner that made you think he was dumber than he probably was.
Honey drips down my fingers and he laps it up. It runs into my hair and sticks; he says he likes the tackiness, uses it to knot his hands in there, some attempted personification of permanence. It’s just the first touch, but we already know this won’t last forever.
It’s not okay to be okay. It’s okay to be the best.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner and the recent news that Alberta has banned BC wine imports, there’s never been a better excuse to try out a new bottle.
Six months after its filling, former student Stephanie Hale’s human rights complaint against UBC Okanagan’s (UBCO) handling of her sexual assault report is now moving forward — but with a reduced scope.
Jordan Peterson's latest bit of controversy is a self-help book entitled 12 Rules: An Antidote to Chaos, for which he’s launched a tour, including a stop on UBC campus this Thursday.
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Marlise Hofer, a social psychology graduate student and the lead author, conducted the study in Dr. Frances Chen’s Social Health Lab. The study examined the effect of scent on females’ stress responses using t-shirts.