UBC prof Ronald Rensink believes that studying magic tricks can offer great benefits to the field of psychology, such as cluing to the age at which children develop object permanence.
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Strangers on a Train provides a chance for strangers to gather and share their love of poetry.
Press Start intended to remedy the absence of video games in academic discourse through meaningful discussion by both academics and members of the industry
The Thunderbird Athletes Council executive team talks executive decision-making, guilty pleasures, joke candidates, and how to get 'the athlete vote'.
Currently a grade 12 student at Lord Byng Secondary, Tyler Han is making his presence felt in the lecture halls of UBC.
It’s important to encourage interaction between seniors and the wider community. Which is precisely what Timeless Talent intend to do.
The new SUB is set to open at the beginning of April.
Cameron Sharpe, Carol Dou, Kathleen Simpson, Jude Crasta, Ron Gorodetsky and Tanner Bokor have been elected to the Student Legal Fund Society.
Jenna Omassi presented twice during the Great Debate.
UBC professor Christopher Shaw's work, which draws a link between autism and vaccines, has been discredited by the WHO.
In this Last Words, Ubyssey editors weigh in on $30,000 yearbooks, grad student independence and the fine line to walk when researching vaccines and autism.
"How do I ask my roommate if she wants to live together next year? I think we get along great, but she hasn't brought the idea up."
In this column, Natalie dispenses her sage wisdom on coping with having a newly-involved girlfriend and how to determine whether or not an outing is a date.
A recent discovery made by a group of researchers at UBC may change the way we think about how our bodies fight some infections and develop autoimmune diseases and cancers.
Earlier in the month, Tim Dixon passed away suddenly in his room at Fairview Crescent. He was twenty years old.