At the end of first semester, The Ubyssey gifted you with one of the most valuable lessons you could have ever seen — a list of WiFi passwords at various cafes around the city.
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You’ve seen the banners. The endless Facebook posts. The bathroom wall posters. The obnoxious wall outside the Nest.
We’re nearing the end of the semester and with only a few weeks left it’s hard to find the time and energy to grocery shop or cook a decent meal.
Spring officially sprung in Vancouver last week — even if the weather doesn’t seem to agree. Fresh foods and unique fashions will make an appearance as the warmer temperatures and sunnier evenings come our way.
Whether you’re secretly Beyoncé in the making or have had one too many and want to try something new, karaoke nights are for you.
The event was a hit last year with over 1,000 people attending and another large crowd is expected this year.
Like most people I’m super comfortable and able to be shirtless in extremely public situations like beaches, pools and Walmarts.
UBC is home to many animals — squirrels, raccoons, birds, snakes and even a coyote — but horses are not exactly one of them.
When asked if the ride-sharing program was coming to Vancouver any time soon, Heath said, “we’re working with the provincial government, but hopefully by the end of this year.”
Shamrock shakes have become a delicious and iconic Saint Patrick’s Day staple.
There are lots to do so here are our recommendations for spring activities in and around campus.
Trivia nights are a great way to blow off some steam after a long day of classes and catch up with friends.
When you’re late for class and have to study, it’s easy to go to the nearest place on campus to have a quick bite — whether or not it's the heathiest option.
“Get Seeded” is essentially in the name — a seed fund program to help UBC students start creating their entrepreneurial ideas and actually begin their business ventures.
One person claimed that UBC approached Chipotle for a campus location, who then declined when UBC asked it to be run by UBC Food Services.