Going abroad for university can be an exciting experience. It can also create a longing for the home left behind — especially if loved ones back home are experiencing hardship. Here are the stories of two UBC international students whose time in Canada has led them to reshape their definitions of home.
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The home that stays with you no matter what is your own body. And, just like the paint colour, furniture or even the floor plan of your house might change, the foundation remains the same.
There are countless sayings about home because it is central to our lives and who we are. It can be a literal abode, a person or even a feeling. Here is how three UBC students define home.
Here's how Ubyssey photographers captured student life within and beyond UBC in 2022.
UBC's Vancouver campus was blanketed in white after a spontaneous snowfall late Monday evening. Here’s what Ubyssey photographers captured before it melted.
To honour Asian Heritage Month as a celebration of all Asians, regardless of upbringing, here are the stories of three Chinese adoptees at UBC.
For these three UBC students, however, a key component of resilience was paying attention to their energy limits and prioritizing self-fulfilment.
To see how coastal and marine ecosystems exhibit resilience against natural and human environmental perturbations, The Ubyssey visited Whytecliff Park — a marine protected area in West Vancouver.
Following the tragic car crash that claimed the lives of two student pedestrians early Sunday morning, a memorial has been erected at the site of the incident — behind c̓əsnaʔəm house in the Totem Park residence area — on Northwest Marine Drive.
Hundreds of children’s belongings line the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery to honour the thousands of Indigenous children recently discovered in unmarked graves at the sites of former residential schools across Canada.
Mirroring archival photos, Ubyssey photographer Zubair Hirji visited parts of UBC's Point Grey campus to photograph the changes in its landscape over the years.
The emotions and behaviours tied to resettling in a country vastly foreign to one’s own are nuanced and difficult to generalize with any one story.
We asked four UBC students, past and present, about their clothing choices and how those choices have informed and been influenced by their gender identities.
On Wednesday, March 4, hundreds of UBC students participated in the National Student Walk Out in support of Wet’suwet’en land defenders who are aiming to block construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline on their unceded territory.
In the past few weeks, UBC students have held sit-ins, blocked traffic and set up public art as part a national movement in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en.