When I feel homesick during the holiday season, the only movie that can cheer me up is Home Alone (1990).
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The devastating emotional impacts of climate change can be described in one word: Solastalgia.
On the evening of December 13, the UBC department of art history, visual art & theory hosted a free open studios event showcasing the work of its MFA and BA/BFA visual arts students at the Audain Art Centre.
What's a UBC student got to do for a good plant-based cookie?
According to an email broadcast on December 8, the Museum of Anthropology (MOA) will close from January 16 until late 2023 to finish ongoing earthquake safety upgrades.
In between listening to music, eating cake and drinking hot chocolate, people decorated “tree cookies” — inedible slices of a tree trunk.
Content warning: This piece depicts the trafficking and sexual exploitation of children and youth and therefore presents situations of sexual assault, violence, sexism, misogyny, and death.
In the process of making the films, Neuman relied on a way of thinking that she calls a “mixtape aesthetic.”
In My Day is born of an oral history research project from the University of Victoria, called HIV In My Day.
I had just put down the phone with my mother and was staring at the paper in my hand with a recipe scribbled on it — my favourite potato curry.
Here are some recommendations, from holiday markets to support local artists to UBC's own polar plunge.
Chi is not simply a good vegan restaurant, it is a good restaurant.
“Thank you for teaching me I can write through anything,” read the message in the guestbook at poet Rupi Kaur's November 25 reading in at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver.
The book club brings together a community of avid readers at UBC, meeting monthly to discuss pre-selected books, and connecting online to share their favourite reads.
What started as a pandemic idea has blossomed into a project that has “kind of taken over” Crystal Lau’s life.