For many students, it’s tough to hit one's stride right out the gate after a long winter break. For the UBC men’s volleyball team, it was no different.
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From November 30 until December 2, the UBC Museum of Anthropology hosted an exhibit entitled Transformation Mask, showcasing a piece of art that was crafted through a collaboration between Heiltsuk artist Shawn Hunt and Microsoft.
These models are based on real data that Clarke and his team of graduate students collected over several decades of field work in the Yukon Territory. However, these operations can be extremely arduous and expensive, and so he hopes that the future of glaciology may involve drone technology.
Gabriel is originally from Toronto, Ontario and studied electronics at school. But he struggled to access resources that would guide him along a career path, specifically one that he enjoyed.
A man convicted of sexually assaulting a female UBC student is scheduled to receive his sentencing this Thursday. The Crown is asking for a sentence of two years minus one day.
“Adventures found me when I was only a few days into my new life — the neighbourhood I was to reside in, was (according to a friendly Italian taxi driver) known as a drug selling spot full of immigrants.”
While UBC is now home to over 60,000 students, the campus that we know today is far from what it was 100 years ago. It is this that Sheldon Goldfarb tries to highlight in his book The 100 Year Trek.
Treasurer Peter Smailes will take over the role in the interim, and the university will begin to search for a new VP “in the weeks ahead.”
Pride Week is returning to UBC this Friday, January 12. Hosted by The Pride Collective, the week-long celebration is culminated under the theme of “Revelry and Resistance” and will take place over several different locations across campus and around Vancouver.
It’s the perfect mix of old and new, of historical and modern, that no other city seems capable of pulling off.
This year, The Ubyssey was nominated for seven John H. MacDonald awards, which celebrate excellent Canadian student journalism, and won threre
“Agenda items can seem long, mysterious and confusing without the proper background, making it difficult to see how these issues affect students.”
Sport is a universal means of bringing people together or providing a platform for positive change. But where can UBC students fit in with that, be it through promoting sport overall or through raising awareness for a sports-related issue or cause?
Mathew Aaron Shufelt, 28, was sentenced to 21 months jail time plus 18 months probation for sexually assaulting a young woman in February 2015.
“The first week back on the grind can be overwhelming with new schedules to hammer out, syllabi to pour over, textbooks to purchase, and looming deadlines to meet.”