The Thunderbirds handily racked up five goals against the University of Alberta Pandas at Ken Woods Field under crisp September sunlight on Sunday.
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This policy isn’t simply in the spirit of mischievously enabling young love (or, more realistically, situationships that last for the two hardest months of the term before painfully and inexplicably fizzling out).
UBC using floor lounges as temporary housing for first-year students.
Too often, cheerleading is stereotyped as girls just waving pompoms. But the UBC Cheer Club shows just how physically and mentally demanding a sport cheer really is.
Bashar soon realized how hopeless and immense the climate crisis may seem to many people, deterring them from taking action. He wanted to learn what he could do and what role he could play in climate action in Bangladesh. So he quit his job.
UBC Quantum Club President and third-year engineering physics student Lily Watt said the conference will provide students with learning and networking opportunities within the growing field of quantum technologies.
Kawika Guillermo’s name was chosen by his mother. It’s Hawaiian; a localization of the Hebrew David, and it meant a lot to her, the daughter of an Ilocano preacher who’d immigrated to Hawai’i.
The 'Birds were victorious at Homecoming for the first time since 2017 with a strong performance from the defence.
The arrival of a new school year brings forth a feeling much too familiar to UBC students: The stress and anxiety associated with locating an affordable place to live in the Vancouver rental market.
‘tis the season for really cute coupley shit. Like, absurdly wholesome dates jam-packed with pumpkin spice, golden hour, pampas grass, burgundy shackets and everything your Gilmore-Girls-fuelled fantasies are made of.
Under Saskatchewan skies thick with wildfire smoke in July, a bright blue UBC Forestry truck blaring country music headed west. While particles of burned forests clouded the sun, the researchers behind the wheel set out to understand how to help forests regenerate after the flames cool.
You check Degree Navigator the next morning just to be sure, and there it is: a requirement with no substitutions. But it has to be a mistake! How can you trust a website still stuck in its dial-up era?
Members of component 1 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) 2278 at UBC voted on a new collective bargaining agreement.
At the first meeting of the new triennium on Wednesday night, the UBC Senate approved course and degree changes and discussed the creation of a committee to assess UBC’s international partnerships.
You’re about to get to your class. You turn the corner. And standing right in front of the door is that person.