The fire response committee told students to come back to Vancouver after the break and wait a week or two until the fire got a little less hot.
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The Ubyssey, in collaboration with AMS Elections, releases the elections timeline for candidates every year in January. This year, the elections timeline looks like this:
Students who do not declare their vaccination status by January 24 will be subject to an academic hold in which they cannot receive marks or apply for programs such as Go Global.
A metal pole in the Buchanan courtyard technically cannot be labeled a “French teacher from France” unless it is a French teacher from the France region of Europe.
We’ll be realistic and tell you about all the goals you won’t (or didn’t) actually keep up with this year. Don’t worry—it’s like this most years, isn’t it?
Finally getting to work outside of the hat was supposed to be the best day of my life.
I realize that there was so much I didn’t know about virtual learning that I wish I could go back in time to tell myself.
"This decision was made in consultation with [millionaires] the Deans on both campuses, [nerds] academic heads and directors, [kiss-asses] student leadership, union groups and associations."
I deserve the Canvas confetti. And you do, too.
You wonder why you hesitated, why the words couldn’t come out of you, why you were so nervous just to utter one name. You knew the answer, you were sure.
We looked at the biology building collapse and we got really paranoid. After a few months, we asked ourselves, “What would be an even worse campus building to have collapse on you?”
We personally spent hours contemplating whether we wanted to drop a course or not in our first year, and our indecisive asses had no help.
Please learn from how I took losing my wallet completely and totally in stride, and follow these steps to remedy the situation!
You hear their names being whispered in the hallways and woven through every other r/UBC thread. There was copypasta, there was controversy and now there’s another Ubyssey article.
Just when you thought UBC’s English Department couldn’t get geekier, they went ahead and bought an original folio of the most widely-read playwright of all time.