“Yoga at UBC where there is a huge community — there is also a lack of community,” Chan said. “So I’ve started to encourage teachers to talk more to members after class and create that sense of community.”
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Following the story of the 1988 classic starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater, the adaptation seeks to tell the story of a high school run by three popular and gorgeous girls — the Heathers — who are at the top of the social hierarchy.
IGNITE! Youth Panel invites young Vancouverites to join their meetings. Located in the Cultch, the motivated youth gather weekly to share their ideas and get a hands-on opportunity to produce the next annual IGNITE! Youth Arts Festival in May 2016.
The original idea was to create a Steven Harp but the close timing of the Canadian election forced to trio to seek an alternative candidate. Not only does Donald Trump have the perfect last name, he was an infamous figure known for his radical views.
The result is… weird. Although there can be power in using humour to defang taboo subjects, it seems a little unkind to gloss over serious public health issues with box steps and one-liners. Still, there’s a lot to recommend.
Finding things is also remarkably simple. The main page will show you whatever is for sale in your area and you can refine your search by category or keyword. It is currently possible to find everything from books and couches, to a Mercedes.
There’s a lot of pressure on the month of January to magically produce new habits, commitments, and even whole new selves. Whether or not they eventually come to fruition, what matters is starting the year by reflecting on things that matter to you.
Usually fairy tales and myths revolve around the hero saving the damsel in distress. Rarely do they focus mainly on the hostage waiting — or more importantly — if they even want to be saved at all. Such is the case of UBC Theatre’s newest production.
This documentary is a raw portrayal of the young activist — her life as a child in Pakistan and her incredible story of survival and victory. On January 12, representatives of The Citizens Foundation (TCF) organized a screening of the documentary.
Company still winks a curtained eye to the so-called "dog whistle shows" that popped up during the 1970s on behalf of the theatre-going populace who could not speak their minds on the social taboos of the time.
But what makes this dance so attractive on campus? “I think … with our rich culture and rich colour, we give a vibrant performance," said Takhi. "Our dance is so energetic. Anyone can do it. So that’s what our goal is — to incorporate anyone.”
With full-frontal genitalia, erections and even actual sex featuring increasingly in film, this explicitness in presentation has caused critical consternation and accusations that such film narratives are borderline pornographic.
Uniting both Africans to their roots and foreigners to Africa, the Africa Awareness Initiative Conference Week is posed to be a fascinating and deeply educational event that will change how we read about Africa in the news today.
Sarah Rhul’s script is undoubtedly difficult to stage. Scenes are short and rely on a staggering amount silence to tell their stories. There is a sense of time passing endlessly, but also no time at all.
As celebrities and the media condemn the lack of diversity in this year’s Oscar nominees, much positive discussion has been brought forth regarding the spectacular contributions people of colour have brought to the arts this last year.