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“I was going to just retire and wanted to do things myself. And then I got accepted into university … I can now conduct an orchestra and not just play the piano. I can edit a video myself and not just shoot one.”


“This was actually a study using a really neat combination of old[er] data and new[er] data,” said Dr. Catherine Johnson, an author of the study and professor in UBC’s department of earth, ocean and atmospheric sciences.


The Vancouver International Mountain Festival has been a regular fixture on UBC’s campus over the last two decades that the festival has been around. It aims to bring the best outdoor mountain films and premier them at venues across the entire city.

The Things They Did Not Tell Her

My brother was born in 1994. My dad decided to name him ‘智铭’ (Zhiming), meaning ‘knowledge engraved.’ Five years later they had me, their youngest daughter. They named me ‘智文’ (Zhiwen), meaning ‘knowledge in literature.’ My dad sometimes used to accidentally call me by my brother’s name. He also stumbled with English pronouns, mixing up the ‘he’s and ‘her’s.

Alexandra Cole is a third year Arts student studying creative writing and film production. She loves eggs benedict, conspiracy theories, and really good head. Alex identifies as pansexual, but why does that matter anyway?

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