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The dust has settled; you’ve formed your indestructible Jump Start friend group, you’ve switched out of engineering and you’ve come out as bisexual. How do you signal to friends, peers and complete strangers that you’re not the same person you were three weeks ago?
In the latest Love Nest, Shanai Tanwar explores sex toys, self-intimacy and the (not-so) secret sex shop on campus.
Ever wondered what UBC celeb you'd be?
UBC has announced students can get their drugs tested at no charge on September 16, October 14 and October 28 from 1–6 p.m. in room 1501 in the Life Building.
What do I do if I want to get a little creeped out, but I can barely lift a Stephen King book, let alone read it?
On Thursday, Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) is hosting a pop-up monkeypox vaccine clinic in room 1501 in the Life Building from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for eligible community members.
Nominations for the Alma Mater Society’s by-election for the VP finance position open on September 8.
Until recently, UBC students have found themselves struggling to give a genuine fuck about this specific piece of news. They don’t know much about the bureaucratic systems that create and regulate the institution they find themselves in.
Fuzze recommended students ask their potential suitors on the first date if they think the boyfriend in Midsommar should have been sewn naked into a bear suit and burned alive.
As a former editor, I would like to disclose the most asked question at our office: “Is this the climbing wall?” With all due respect dear guests, no, it’s not.
You love UBC memes. We love UBC memes. Your friends at The Ubyssey have got you covered with 10 'Little Miss' memes.
“Mosquitoes serve literally no ecological purpose other than to make my life miserable,” said Lin-Mode in an interview, itching furiously. “The data is clear.”
Here I am with one semester left of my undergrad and I’ve taken some time to recognize why I’m just so chipper to have this extra time at UBC.
Summer so far has been interesting — it hasn't looked like summer. First we didn't have much sun (but we had a heck of a lot of rain) and now it's just heat central. Can we embrace Hot Girl Summer in Vancouver if the weather hates us?