“Queers and other marginalized folks often use aesthetics [...] as a way to challenge and transform,” Greer explained, stating that fashion, drag, and masks can act as significant tools of resistance.
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A good drunk idea is to run. Race your friends, or just run, from the flagpole near the Rose Garden to the flagpole near Forestry.
While some may consider this a fancy name for walking down to Wreck Beach the long way, the Foreshore Trail in Pacific Spirit Regional Park is just a stone's throw from the heart of UBC’s campus.
The most important features this year don’t have much in common, but they sure are long. Here’s a reminder of the most impactful stories the features section covered.
The proposed interdisciplinary program would instead allow students to study religion as a whole under one degree.
This year, the school continued to confront shortcomings on reconciliation, began revamping its sexual assault prevention policies and lobbied every government it could to bring a subway to campus.
Here is a breakdown of the sections top 10 most read stories from September to April. From figure skating to gender inequality, athletics on campus yet again didn't disappoint in terms of storylines.
A total of 15 current and former Thunderbirds will be competing this summer for Canada or their country of birth.
It was another weekend of road events for UBC’s varsity teams. While the road trips proved difficult for some, others — like track and field — flourished across the border.
After a couple minutes, Mrs. Price comes back with the tablet. Willow scrolls through to make sure she’s filled everything out, and spends a little more time than she should looking at the personality specs.
I give up on TV and stroll into the kids room. Both 13, twins, sleeping comfortably in their pods. The monitor on the outside of each displays the sim they have chosen to play in their dreams.
The doctor explained the Treatment to the woman in front of me, leafing through her fMRI, gene assays, blood work, motif summaries for hormone and transduction networks, slicing along a different set of coordinates.
Many aren’t aware of the intriguing artifacts that rest on campus and often times are only found when searching through MOA for over an hour.
Entrap. was the kind of student art exhibition that made me feel like I should have been wearing a black turtleneck. Its important to support UBC students — even if sometimes their work feels like a GRSJ paper come to life.
Here are some of our best photos of the year!