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I want to have sex with the words “social media” but my wife won’t let me. Help!
Everyone likes doggos, even destitute students! If you’re feeling fuzzy, tweet a picture of your beautiful dog Fido. The kids will eat that shit up — and the more doggo pics you send out, the more likely people will forget that you caved to alumni donors who threatened to stop their donations after you disinvited a speaker accused of abusing multiple Indigenous children.
We all have to work with people we just don’t see eye to eye with, but making them feel heard before you use the corporate power of the Board of Governors to quash them is essential to a healthy working relationship.
Whenever I stroll down Main Mall or attend an event on campus, I am swarmed by students who want only a glimpse, a touch, a handshake with me.
My wife, Wendy, is way cooler than me. Did you know she’s a doctor and a lawyer!? I’m barely a doctor.
Here are a few mottos that I advocated for before they were all unfairly voted down by the Board of Governors.
Guest Globe and Mail reporter Andy Roo was kind enough to take time away from quote-tweeting Jardon Porterson to pen a gleefully sycophantic fluff piece on one of the most powerful people in the country.
See what UBC's movers and shakers have to say about the university — fully uncensored and honest.
One of my greatest joys in life is photography. Recently, I’ve been taking more shots with my DJI Mavic Pro Drone to capture the splendour of this gorgeous campus we call home.
I miss Cincinnati, and we can’t get Red Vines in Canada. Which is bullshit.
I’m told I should look like the cool president who advocates for affordability. But I also need to keep the donors happy by constantly building things, so I find it’s best to just say we won’t break the law and hope people assume that’s meaningful.
“This is a beautiful story for people of all ages with a beautiful moral: if you just hang around long enough, good things will happen to you.”
Here’s our annual list of gifts that Oh-No thinks are just great!
Getting dressed in the morning for a long day of busking in the TrySkain, schmoozing with donors and paying lip service to institutional racism against Indigenous people at UBC requires a level of versatility that only a bowtie can provide.