When I look back at the way I lobbed on a thick layer of eyeliner, I remember the YouTube tutorials of mostly white women with the eyes that I wanted, explaining to me just how easy it was to look as flawless as them.
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When we have feelings about art, it’s usually in a metaphorical sense. In Catfish, Alley Theatre’s newest play, Vancouver’s first ever vibrotactile theatre environment will give audiences a chance to physically feel the sound of their play.
Before doing both his bachelor’s and master’s in opera performance at UBC, Luka Kawabata studied engineering at Queen’s University.
Just east of the Museum of Anthropology, a small slope off the sidewalk lining Northwest Marine Drive leads down to Trail 3 of Pacific Spirit Park.
Caroline Polachek sings like she was always meant to perform in the Orpheum.
While grieving during my graduate studies in journalism at UBC, I often find it difficult to focus on necessary tasks while also maintaining friendships.
If there’s one thing that everybody knows about me, it’s that I just love to sing - in my room, on the bus, in the residence commons — it doesn’t matter.
The Brushes and Buchanan event is an annual legacy project by the AUS, the UBC Arts & Culture district and the Faculty of Arts Dean, to celebrate the diversity of the UBC student body.
I don't have to tell you that we're in the heat of finals season and you, me and everyone we know are in the anxiety trenches.
Diawara made her entrance in traditional Malian dress, with a long white skirt and cowrie shells in her hair. Less traditional was her cherry-red electric guitar.
UBC creative writing professor Keith Maillard’s 2023 book, In the Defense of Liberty, is a new entry in a growing field of historical fiction that challenges the retrograde idea that Trans and genderfluid identities are something new.
When the lights dimmed, a silence settled over the crowd, all of us bound by the promise of the theatre: a place where, like the titular Woods, anything can happen if you listen, and nobody leaves unscathed.
Some may search out an iced strawberry oat matcha latte from one of the abundant Starbucks locations in Vancouver, but if you’re a fan of the concept but not the execution, you might be looking for something else to fill that 16oz, caffeine-craving hole in your heart.
UBC alum Jason Karman, director of 2022 film Golden Delicious, explores this struggle for happiness through Asian-Canadian teenager Jake, who struggles with his basketball skills, sexuality and commitments to his loved ones
The podcast explores “the many challenges disabled academics deal with inside academic institutions.”