When I turned around, she looked incredibly startled. I was somewhat confused about why she was acting so oddly, suddenly she uttered words that caught me off guard;
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I flipped the page, expecting to read about a winding staircase leading to an underground dungeon, or maybe to a secret lair, but instead, I felt my head start to dip towards my chest and my eyes beginning to shut.
We’ve sorted the movies into three categories based on intensity, but just in case be sure to lock your front door and sleep with one eye open!
When I was four years old, I lived in a haunted house in the heart of Surrey. It had a pretty cherry tree in the yard with a few resident individuals who were not alive.
During the course of their hour-long performance, they charmed and delighted while bringing some much-needed warmth and witty political commentary.
Every September, our campus bustles with excited students waiting to see what the new academic year has in store for them. This year, UBC students experienced the first ever virtual AMS firstweek.
The Chan Centre is hosting a series of virtual concerts called the Dot Com Series, aimed at highlighting artists from around the world.
October 14’s Wednesday Noon Hours was A Tribute to Hanz-Karl Piltz featuring Marina Thibeault , as well as UBC String Division faculty duo partners David Gillham, Eric Wilson and Jasper Wood (Violin).
Kent Monkman, an internationally renowned Cree artist, set out to share the Indigenous perspective of Canada’s colonization.
After talks featuring Jesmyn Ward and Ibram X. Kendi were cancelled in March, the UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs plans to host them virtually this November.
COVID-19 challenged the way everything occupies space. For the Hatch, AMS’ student-run art gallery, navigating the running of an art gallery in light of physical distancing restrictions means determining how exhibitions and collections could be displayed in a distant manner, whether in person or virtually.
While COVID-19 has uncovered many seismic changes in our society, ARTIVISM and its process of adjustment feels incredibly fitting for its time.
Ultimately Orange Shirt Day is a time for all of us to educate ourselves, not just as a country but as a UBC Community. Turpel-Lafond is asking us not to forget.
Though we are unable to physically gather, Homecoming has figured out a way to stay connected and celebrate what it is that makes UBC’s community so great.
Mosely is an artist with a talent for uplifting which he puts into his music as well as his activism. His energetic performance both as a performer and speaker made him so engaging. Yet, during his performance, he acknowledged his growing years.