Here’s a list of some of the major social media accounts for UBC’s varsity teams. I have checked my list twice and I’m going to tell you which T-Birds accounts are naughty or nice for social media cruising.
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You're walking down East Mall late one evening and feel someone watching you. You glance over your shoulder and swear that Buchanan Tower is a little closer than it was before. You walk faster.
From the emails warning that the hot water is undrinkable, the yellow-tinged or cloudy hot water flowing out of the tap, to the endless mental reminders to pull the lever to the right and up for cold water in lieu of hot water, UBC Risk Management Services has made it abundantly clear that hot water in certain buildings is not safe for consumption.
Have you ever gazed at Buchanan tower in the mist and wondered what evils it concealed, or felt the prickle of the paranormal when receiving your grades? If so, UBC Goth knows how you feel and wraps those feelings in an existential, slightly throbbing bow.
With Howard’s input, LING 447H has been designed as a pilot course to introduce the language on campus with the eventual goal of integrating sign languages into the curriculum of the linguistics department and UBC as a whole.
The early stages of the universe recently became a little more clear thanks to UBC professor Dr. Gary Hinshaw. Hinshaw and the WMAP team — 27 scientists throughout the US, Canada, and the UK — received the Breakthrough Prize for Fundamental Physics on December 3.
All proceeds from the event will go the Eastside Boxing Club, a community-based non-profit organization that provides free boxing programs to vulnerable populations and at-risk children and youth in East Vancouver.
“It saddens me to know that so many of my peers are suffering in silence. It angers me when I encounter students who aren’t able to receive the help they so desperately need and deserve.”
Rob McCloy previously worked with the RCMP for 28 years in various roles, most recently as the superintendent in charge of provincial policing and detachment operations for the province of Alberta.
On August 24, 2016, Ada, an autonomously sailing robot designed and built by a team of UBC students, set out to be the first boat to cross the Atlantic Ocean completely autonomously. She was lost at sea until December 1, 2017.
Planes are flying metal tubes and are pretty close to miraculous. But some people don’t like leaving the miracle of flight as just a miracle. For UBC students, engineering or not, that’s where the AeroDesign team comes in.
Seeming to sway from power to precision play, the home side would continue to control the Canada West with a straight set win on Friday night — thought it did not come easy.
Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre is usually home to UBC's men's and women's hockey teams. Next week, the arena will be home to another brand of skater: Canada's best figure skaters.
In keeping with the time-honoured tradition of UBC students begging for a fall reading break that never materialises, it seems that 2018 is not going to look any different. As it stands, UBC and McGill are the only major Canadian universities to not have reading breaks.
“I can’t say what dosage makes sense for you, how it’ll affect you, or even whether or not you’ll like it. But as far as I’m concerned, it’s worth my time to buy a full-size bottle of one of these guys.”