Like the Snuggy or fascism throughout history, alcohol comes into our lives, promising warm nights of comfort, fun and good company. Then it knocks us on the head, empties our wallets and fills us with deep existential regret.
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Remember three years ago when we had the last snowball fight? I barely do either. So don't miss your tri annual opportunity to hit some strangers with some wonderfully wet snow. It probably won't happen again for another three years.
Some of the most convenient breakfasts and snacks are granola bars. However, they have two downfalls — not filling enough and too expensive depending on the brand. The solution? Why not bake your own!
Today there was a snowball fight. While there looks to be just as many photos as there were snowballs, here are some of the best on Instagram as taken by you — the students. Today there was a snowball fight.
UBC has opened up a new home on campus for one lucky person. It is located right by Allard Hall, is a whopping 20 square feet and has a “built-in zero-energy use fridge,” according to its post on Craigslist. Oh, and it’s an igloo.
An online petition is encouraging United States Senator Bernie Sanders to visit UBC as a keynote speaker. As of February 5, 2017, it only has 33 signees shy of reaching its target goal of 500 signatures.
Beginning his campaign trail two years early, Kevin O'Leary is coming to UBC tonight to talk about his vision for Canada. You might know him from Dragon's Den or because he is often called the Canadian version of Donald Trump.
I think the celebration of cheese is absolutely justified, and what better way to celebrate than to eat? The answer is nothing. Eating solves all of life’s problems. Specifically, these lemon ricotta pancakes solve all of life’s problems.
Does the ominous meme declaring, “THEY STILL THINK I AM JUST A TOWER” indicate that the structure is something else — like perhaps a sentient alien spacecraft or a concrete beehive? Whatever the truth is, the tower appears to be benevolent.
Other hilarious scenarios include convincing a guy named Jimothy to take your midterm for you, getting more friends from LAN parties than sorority parties and The Ubyssey running an article branding you a squirrel murderer.
If the prospect of getting married is far beyond your current social reach, consider coming by for an hour or two to gaze upon couples whose love lives have not been crippled by the city’s harsh dating politics.
Need something to do on Valentine’s Day, either alone or with a date? Going downtown can be expensive and who are we kidding — we're students. Here are some of the upcoming Valentine’s Day events happening on campus this week.
While you usually need to purchase a $5 membership, this event welcomes everyone. The movie doesn’t actually start until 8 p.m., but people are encouraged to come early and mingle beforehand, play some games and have some drinks.
Vancouver might rank amongst the warmest cities in Canada when winter rolls in, but its reputation for being a cold and unfriendly city all year round far exceeds what could’ve been a nifty little title.
Although, the students didn’t quite think everything through. While they used a fake name and student number — which is how the misconduct was discovered — the professor started looking at handwriting from the false quizzes to find the culprits.