Now that it's the night of the Welcome Back BBQ and excitement is rising, the AMS has announced the godawful merch they’re selling tonight.
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Where can you flex the most? Where can you take in the breathtaking views of campus while literally taking your breath away? Where can you do all this while remaining six metres away from doors, windows and air intakes?
Bring your friends for moral support and celebrate the first day of classes with some charitable giving.
Before midterms and midnight deadlines have us all in mid-degree crises, get outside and explore our city with these awesome fitness events this month.
One of the best parts about going to the beach is leaving with a tanned, sun-kissed glow. But, what about those of us who aren’t keen on roasting our bodies in the sun? Here are some tips and tricks to achieve J-Lo level radiance with minimal sun exposure.
The first post features the washroom in the Allard School of Law, noting cleanliness, peace and quiet, nice hand dryers and a slightly out-of-the-way location.
If you’re like me, your first instinct when you wake up isn’t to bounce out of bed and be as productive as humanly possible. It’s to sleep in or turn on Netflix. But there comes a point when you have to realize that spending your days in a TV-induced haze isn’t the best use of your summer.
Reassess your battle plans and holster your iClickers, UBC, because on September 5 at 10 a.m., we are collectively storming the UBC Bookstore, because, “they can’t stop us all.”
August is here, which means one last month of fun, freedom and fabulous weather (RIP). But don’t fret, there are still plenty of chances to get outside and get moving before we take the 99 back to the old (town) Allison Road.
As an emerging art form, dare I say movement, emoji pointillism may be the best way to advertise our school. Sure, a picture can say 1000 words, but a picture made up of emojis can say at least 1000 times more.
The days of an unbridled childhood summers are gone. But, it’s not all for nothing because if you do this job really good, you might be able to get another job you hate next summer, ruining your summer again.
Are you running out of things to keep yourself busy this summer and need a hit-list of things to do so you don’t collapse and crumble under the weight of your boredom?
If your Instagram feed right now is purely hiking pics and yoga on the beach, you know that we have reached peak summer in Vancouver. Post your own fitness pics and contribute to the deluge with these awesome outdoor events this July.