I have never heard so many puns in my life and though I never shy away from a good pun or two myself, I finally understood the pain that many feel upon being hit by one.
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Tomorrow at 4:20 p.m. (nice), the UBC Hempology 101 club is hosting a “Legalization Celeblazion” in front of the AMS Nest to celebrate this change in Canada’s cannabis laws.
Not all provinces and territories are taking the same approach to legal cannabis — now, with university policies in place as well, post-secondary students are faced with navigating an especially complex environment surrounding cannabis use.
Without a doubt, defense won this game for the T-Birds.
Summers used a fantastical setting to tell a story about real-world issues, such as imperialism, race and abuse.
While none of them seem to agree on how to tackle the housing crisis or even where it’s coming from, they all agree that the majority of rental housing in the city is unaffordable for low-income workers and students.
Set small goals — try raising your hand once in each class for a week, to answer opinion or overview questions where you don’t have to worry much about the answer.
The siblings discuss a meaningful picture of their mother, a hymn Georgia doesn’t want to sing, David’s sexual identity and the time his train leaves in the morning – all built up like they should matter, and they’re all wasted.
Colin Moore, director of UBC Food Services, says that bottled water is “kind of a necessary evil.”
Since last month’s alleged voyeur incident in Place Vanier, students living in the residence have said they feel unsafe and are concerned about campus security.
In an era of unprecedented volatility in politics, do we strive for the centre to keep everyone happy ?
Eight Ways to Fate and All is a play that took the conventional stereotypes of substance abusers and shone upon them a realistic pathway towards understanding for all knowledge levels.
For a year, UBC has been researching a new equity sharing ownership model where the university would “co-invest” in a market-level unit — both off campus and resale units on campus — with a faculty member.
The show focuses on Harris’ time working at a call relay centre for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Syracuse, New York. She explores the vulnerability and compassion it takes to be on both sides of the phone line through a series of vignettes and poetry.
Every year, UBC Botanical Gardens holds the Apple Festival which is an event where gardening enthusiasts and apple lovers alike meet to show off their harvests.