Techwear is an abbreviation for technical wear, usually made with breathable, water-resistant and flexible material. Clothes that are perfect for everyday wear that maximizes utility; clothes that make your life easier.
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From decolonial research to digitizing records, X̱wi7x̱wa Library amplifies voices which have historically been silenced.
Dr. Chaudhry brought up the myth of independence: all the ways we divide ourselves, like race, gender and class don’t matter.
The paws-itively delightful event ended on a lighter note as Protopopova expressed that, “humans and dogs and cats have [been living in harmony]. . . for hundreds and thousands of years successfully.”
Not to be a nostalgic geezer, but when I was her age, my tech entertainment was limited to watching The Incredibles on DVD (as a treat).
Since many UBC clubs are not in session until September, here are some ways to make new friends before the school year begins.
A major takeaway, as shared by the panellists, was the importance of being compassionate with oneself and one another in this journey
The panel focused on questions around media coverage and representation of Asians, damaging stereotypes of Asians and ways in which Asian-Canadians can get more recognition in journalism and other forms of media.
So today, let’s take a look at the thrifting culture through the eyes of UBC students.
In the midst of such a dark period, Gnam decided his work ought to bring about light.
As a Cree lawyer, poet and writer, Good’s representation of residential school survivors and intergenerational survivors in her novel, Five Little Indians, comes from lived experience.
Simard’s book is a searing indictment of sexism, dogma and corporate interests in science.
When asked about the movie, Simard explained that the great thing about it is that people will be made aware of the current deteriorating state of our forests.
Diversity Reads’ most recent episode discusses Bernadine Evaristo’s 2019 novel, Girl, Woman, Other. The book follows twelve characters, most of whom are Black British women.
Wills was initially intimidated by the idea of writing a memoir.