In case the freezing cold, the sidewalks so slippery that you take your life into your hands walking to get coffee and the general start of the semester have got you feeling a bit shitty, the AMS are bringing us Frost Fest 2017.
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It is easy to get complacent in this section. Enough stories come my way that I could easily stick to reviews, previews and interviews concerning campus goings-on and do a well-enough job at it to end the day satisfactorily.
One of the things that made 2016 not quite the most irredeemable year on record was the resurgence of British Grime. Skepta shut down the charts with Konnichiwa and won the Mercury Music Prize for his efforts.
A favourite late-night study spot for thousands of UBC students, the cafe will be fondly remembered for its high ceilings, rustic wooden furniture and stellar selection of caffeinated drinks and home-cooked food.
Arts Week will kick off with a pancake breakfast and arts clubs showcase from 9 to 11 a.m. in the Nest. So if you are one of the five people on campus to wake up around that time, you should totally check it out.
If there is one thing in this word that I would exchange my own family for, it would have to be pizza. As most of my friends — who’ve received midnight texts from me wondering if they would also be down to order some — will know.
The news of Calhoun's Bakery closing down hit UBC hard. We asked you to send us your memories of the beloved 24-hour study spot and you delivered. Here's a selection of our favourites, beginning with some of our own.
Archive is “Vancouver's people-powered magazine.” You download their app, which then lets you vote on other users' pictures, while also uploading your own photos to be judged. It's basically Tinder, but for photography!
Hello, lone engineer that stopped to read the culture section. Don't worry, this isn't the wrong newspaper. The science section is a few pages on from here. Don't be scared! Articles about theatre and fashion are not contagious.
I get on the 14 bus departing from UBC. While I sit and wait for us start moving, I am reminded that a woman almost gave birth on a Hastings bus this very morning. I panic. What if it was this bus? What if it was this seat?
It’s the new year, so you know what that means — deals, deals, deals. Now I can’t resist a good deal as much as the next person, but I’m finding the affordable accessibility of clothing to be a year-round thing.
Do you hate waiting in line at Loafe as much as we do? Of course you do. There are few things more exasperating than being wedged within a crowd of prospective coffee-buyers as you wait for your sandwich to arrive.
The structure of the play consists of 59 unconnected scenes, all strung together in rapid-fire succession and sporting 120 characters. There is a frenetic energy that runs through the whole of the play and keeps momentum until the very end.
Since their founding, the non-AMS funded and unofficial UBC Free Speech Club has, while masquerading as a bastion of elevated dialogue, functioned as an echo chamber for controversy-seeking young conservatives.
One of the most annoying things I endured upon going vegan was not feeling as free to study in coffee shops with my friends out of wanting to avoid the pain of watching on as they consumed delicious dairy-filled meals or lactose-infused beverages.