Just in time for Congress of the Humanities and the Social Sciences Conference, UBC Theatre is debuting their production of famed Canadian playwright Michel Tremblay’s hotly-debated play Hosanna.
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Getting inked can mean a lot, or very, very little, to the owner of the art. Every tattoo has a story, and UBC students have a breadth of stories to share — all permanently ingrained into their skin. This time we look at a zoo of tattoos from fellow students.
Even though I’ve never been to Serbia, I’m connected to it through the culture I was raised with. I feel homesick for a place I’ve never been, but I can make it better by enjoying the connections I have to it here.
Wandering through the aisles of the MOA and allowing my mind to wander with me, impulsively opening drawers at a whim and enjoying the unexpected findings is the perfect way to decompress.
For some students, there’s a certain song that brings them back to their childhood and their family. For others, a song can encapsulate their complex feelings better than words ever could.
The West Mall space was created in response to multiple requests from students for more prayer spaces on the west side of campus. Students who spoke with The Ubyssey welcomed the additional space.
Baden is a Victoria-based sculptor whose works primarily focus on kinaesthesia, or the physical, tactile awareness of the body and its motion.
Here at The Ubyssey, we’re transition to a new editorial and we like to think we have good taste. There's a whopping 17 recommendations on this summer’s list — there’s bound to be one that you enjoy!
This time on Hidden Treasures, we dive into Oceania and the various aspects of their many cultures: weapons, ceremonies, and human subjects.
Maillard comments on topics ranging from the fluidity of gender and sexuality to Vancouver’s wildly expensive housing market.
Graphics let the author or artist and the reader share a world in a more intimate manner. Many of the hidden treasures within Rare Books and Special Collection have graphic elements and display eclectic and stunning art styles.
Taking pride in his Indigenous and Latino blood, Balam S. Antonio uses music as a compelling means of storytelling on “struggle, anger and love” of his community and his people.
Each artist expressed their own ways of “reclaiming their roots” through their individuality. Some demonstrated this through paintings, some through photographs, some through crafts and woven fabrics and some through a multi-media combination.
UBC School of Music alumnus Victoria Gibson wants to change the lack of diversity through her audio engineering workshops, hand-crafted to prioritize women, trans and gender non-conforming people.
My notebook gets weighed upon entering and leaving Rare Books, to ensure no tome stows away to the wider world; the stories and dust linger with me instead.