Given that UBC-centric memes are always successful in some way or another, we decided to take a crack at creating a successful and sharable meme. Below you'll see some pictures that you should be fully justified in sharing with your friends, family and religious community leaders.
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He’s been kicking around UBC since 1966, so the age difference is certainly on my mind a lot. But why does that matter? I may just a fountain, but we have a lot in common, and it’s not just the concrete.
You could potentially find yourself not being able to remember what your professors look like. You show up at the right location at the right time, but you’re still not convinced that that’s the face you remembered.
“Exchange?” you may ask. “Is that really what they’re calling it?” Yes, it is. Doesn’t sit well on your ears, does it? As far as residence names go, this isn’t one of UBC’s strongest. Why is that? We must turn to the science of linguistics in order to find out.
The EUS says that there’s a $5 cover, unless you’re an engineer. But, what if they ask you to prove you’re an engineer? Paying that $5 cover robs you of 20 potential beers.
And by now, we’re all used to the idea of brownies, cookies and chocolates with THC in them, so why not try some other probably bad ideas while we’re at it?
As of January 16, you’ll be able to waltz into that fourth floor bar and demand a burger that lacks animal protein and the person at the register will be forced to give it to you in exchange for money.
Come forth, my awkward friends, let us together try to be more socially acceptable and weave our way through this intricate mess that is society
Being 74th in line to meet with an advisor is hell. The small screen outside arts advising will show you your ever changing position in line tell and put you in your place. Try not to think about the class you’ll have to skip to meet with an advisor.
You’ve probably walked by this thing a bunch of times. You’ve probably thought “I wonder what this damn thing is,” and “What’s its purpose?” We here at The Ubyssey are similarly confused and want answers.
Maybe it’s your first time trying it, and you’d like to know how to have a great experience or maybe you’re a long-time cannabis connoisseur. Either way, here are some suggestions for great media experiences while you’re legally high. And I promise, no Seth Rogen.
To recap, the pros of this development: bagels, roasted red pepper gouda soup, ham and swiss, hashbrowns, pretzel turkey bacon Grilled bagels. Cons of this development: None.
Ah, I see you eyeing my Fjallkinsporschel backpack. Do it’s bulging pockets entice you? The rain soaked stains mesmerize you? Would you believe me if I told you everything I own fits into this bag?
The John H. MacDonald Awards are held every year to celebrate student journalism across the country and we were lucky enough to took home five out of thirteen awards we were nominated for.
Who can be bothered to properly round a sidewalk corner? Not only is it an incredible waste of time but it looks ridiculous too! Is the expectation really that you walk straight for a section, rotate your waist 90 degrees and continue walking?