Submitting a UBC Crush is perfect for all of us who long to date someone whilst being complete cowards at the same time. I have had at least four posts published on the page, with plenty more that went unpublished (and that was probably for the best), which means I am perfectly qualified to give advice on how to write the perfect UBC Crushes post.
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Walter Gage Towers, 48 Love 7 a.m. mornings; will be your personal alarm clock.
The event is organized by the UBC CMSSA and the UBC Science Undergraduate Society and it’s free to attend, and any donations from the event go to Rabbitats, a local rabbit sanctuary that houses rabbits that are feral or abandoned
I know what you're probably thinking, “Did I really just read that right? The term-two exam schedule is out?” Well, I don't know what to say other than that you better check your SSC and find out.
Sure it’s breathtaking when the weather’s nice, but the rainy season also perfectly coincides with the winter term. So 90 per cent of the time, the city is actually a grey blur.
Being on the board means the chance to make a massive difference in The Ubyssey's community and understand the full scale of what a student paper of our size does every day.
If you’re an international student and you’re having the symptoms I just described, you’re going through what I would call the UBC International Student’s Stages Of Grief.
So, if you are on the look to be starstruck, here’s where to watch the show at UBC.
According to a statement issued by the student association, iClicker-acers— students who know the answer to every iClicker question— launched their first phase of strike action to protest against “iClicker-cheaters.”
The official website for the Urban Studies program here at UBC may be a welcome piece of nostalgia for older internet-goers but for most of us it is a horrific, dated eyesore that evokes the ear-piercing sound of a dial-up connection.
Here are some steps you could potentially take to experience less FOMO and turn it into JOMO.
From the day that it hit 10 degrees you pulled out your essential expedition parka or took the first skytrain heading to Vancouver City Centre to finally pick up your slice of eminence from Nordstroms.
Everyone usually stops feeling like anything is new after the hangover from the New Year’s Eve party wears off, but we all like to be hopeful, don’t we?
In the event of heavy snow or an extreme weather event, campus may also be closed and non-essential services curtailed, but today, campus and non-essential services are open. Classes are on.
But if you’re away from home and won’t have the opportunity to celebrate the festivities with family, there are a couple events around campus that will hopefully help you feel less homesick during this time of the year.