Last Thursday, the Sexual Assault Support Centre (SASC) celebrated their twentieth year since the centre’s founding in 2002.
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All this to say that public art matters. It’s important, then, that any efforts at redesigning and expanding UBC give public art its due consideration in the planning process.
Last weekend, the Thunderbirds showed the potential to snap the University of Victoria Vikes’ five-year Canada West (CW) rugby sevens championship streak.
Last night, AMS Council heard presentations from MNP about the student society’s new financial system, the Elections Administrator about the upcoming AMS elections and President Eshana Bhangu on possible by-law changes.
The Hatch Art Gallery wrapped up its latest exhibit, Our Space, on Wednesday. If you didn't get a chance to see it, the interactive exhibit was curated to disrupt conventional ideas of art galleries as secluded and esoteric spaces.
What does a day in the life of a campus raccoon look like? Which buildings/residences have the juiciest trash? What is it like competing with the coyote packs? Are raccoons as cute as they look?
Experimental folk musician Tamara Lindeman sat at the piano bench against a looped video of ducks on a tranquil lake, with ten UBC music students arrayed behind her.
Two years after its official launch, a student-funded sustainability initiative called mugshare is branching across campus and the greater community.
The home that stays with you no matter what is your own body. And, just like the paint colour, furniture or even the floor plan of your house might change, the foundation remains the same.
With a swish, the crowd erupted. Event staff started passing pizza down the stands as the final buzzer rang at 83–68.
The newest exhibition at UBC’s Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, The Willful Plot, invites visitors to take a closer look at gardens and how we relate to them.
A month into 2023 and it feels like it has been a year already! To celebrate the upcoming year of laugh and love, and mourn the past year of whatever the opposite of laughs and love is, Ubyssey blog put together a list of our ins and outs for the year.
There are countless sayings about home because it is central to our lives and who we are. It can be a literal abode, a person or even a feeling. Here is how three UBC students define home.
Due to snowy conditions towards the end of the final examination period last term, UBC canceled and rescheduled December 20 exams to the beginning of term two.
I’ve recently found somebody who is willing to deal with my insanity all the time — voluntarily (I have a boyfriend)! So, now that I have field experience with showing him around campus, I knew I had to list some verified PDA-hotspots for you love birds to nest in too.