On the evening of December 13, the UBC department of art history, visual art & theory hosted a free open studios event showcasing the work of its MFA and BA/BFA visual arts students at the Audain Art Centre.
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Coach Nick Ugoalah is turning the once-small UBC Wrestling Club into a competitive and welcoming team with his holistic approach to the sport.
Here’s what to expect at the December 14 Senate meeting.
Student advocates say that while initiatives designed to help them fight food insecurity do exist, they are often fighting alone.
What's a UBC student got to do for a good plant-based cookie?
UBC is currently constructing the new Student Recreation Centre North across the street from the SRC — which began earlier this fall and has an expected completion date of late 2024.
As of December 31, 2021, UBC has $14.28 million invested in Tencent Holdings Ltd and $5.04 million invested in Alibaba, two companies whose technology has been used by the Chinese government to target Uyghurs.
Holiday season is among us and so is your urge to try out all the delicious treats it brings with it. Here's all you need to know about the good, the bad and the ugly holiday-themed snacks edition.
According to an email broadcast on December 8, the Museum of Anthropology (MOA) will close from January 16 until late 2023 to finish ongoing earthquake safety upgrades.
On December 5, the UBC Board of Governors Protestees — those who protest is done upon — met to vote on increasing student tuition again. The board meeting was joined by a large number of student protesters demanding a halt to tuition increases. Many governors attempted to calm the protest, each in their own quirky and canonically fitting ways.
Point, who previously served as the Lieutenant Governor of BC, was the first Indigenous person to be chancellor at UBC when he was appointed in July 2020.
As the clocks hit 3:30 p.m. on the last day of term one classes, thousands of students rushed into the freezing Pacific for the ninth annual Polar Bear Swim. Organized by UBC party club The Calendar, the swim has become a campus tradition.
In between listening to music, eating cake and drinking hot chocolate, people decorated “tree cookies” — inedible slices of a tree trunk.
The year is coming to an end, but gifts aren’t the only thing being wrapped. Spotify Wrapped is out, but with finals coming up, we're only thinking about one thing — UBC. So, here's UBC Wrapped.
The AMS is reviewing the role of the Managing Director and the current reporting structure of the society to the position. AMS Council approved the terms of reference and appointments at its November meeting.