The much-awaited annual Storm the Wall is here, and if you’re not hyped, then what are you even doing here? The first time I heard about Storm the Wall, I wondered: what is the verb ‘storm’ and what does it mean?
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Are your hefty library fines reaching the sky but you're strapped for cash? Worry no more — relieve the burden of your library debt by donating some non-perishable food which will go to fellow UBC students who are in need.
Martha Piper Plaza is a perfectly rated fountain that deserves our respect (and not vandalism). However, it’s not the only fountain on campus. UBC has a few other fountains that go unnoticed and underappreciated.
Cherry blossoms, sunlight and ice cream — record your spring experience with your camera and share them with us!
If you’ve ever walked down Main Mall and had the completely understandable thought of “this campus has a major lack of farm animals,” you’d be wrong. Matter of fact, the UBC Farm is home to one of the mainstays of animal husbandry: 100 clucking chickens.
On March 26, AMS Vice is holding a Joint Rolling Masterclass in The Pit to help inform the public about joint rolling and promote safe consumption of cannabis.
On Saturday, March 23 from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m., the Pacific Spirit Park Society is hosting Night Quest.
Whether you're storming the wall yourself, or happily watching from afar, UBC Rec’s Storm the Wall is one tradition you can't miss.
Described by the association as its “most awaited event of the year,” it has planned a celebration that won’t disappoint.
The Ubyssey will be holding our annual general meeting next Friday and you're invited!
If you don’t know what Indomie is, it’s an iconic Indonesian instant noodle brand, known for their legendary, flavourful and spicy Mi Goreng.
I believe we made eye contact on Main Mall/in Mercante/mid-lecture/on the steps in the Nest two seconds/hours/days/weeks/months/years ago. Do you remember?
Whether you choose to spend the day drinking green beer, desperately tracing your family genealogy to Ireland or drinking green beer, the possibilities are endless.
I revelled in the pile of goodies that had appeared before me. This, I thought, this is student government.
9:15 p.m.: I think of the faces of SFU students. We’re taught to remove the humanity from them, you know, because we want to destroy them with a laser.