In Ghana, you’ll find snaking lines of people queuing up to vote, many of whom woke up at 3 a.m. to get a spot in line. Ghana is filled with eager citizens who really can’t wait to vote.
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How can we ever hope to fix the system if we refuse to engage with in the first place?
“Dear Natalie, I’m a virgin, and I’m starting to get embarrassed by my lack of a sex life."
Voting as a UBC student is easier than ever, and the outcome of this election could decide some very important aspects of our lives in the coming years.
In the words of the Kone elevator spokesman Patrick O'Connell, the students were not “free falling,” but just “feel[ing] the sensation of coming down."
What to watch out for in the upcoming AMS Council meeting on October 7, 2015.
Roommates can be tons of fun, but they also have the potential to make your home life the worst.
We learn French. We know the face of the Queen. We can recite the names of Jaques Cartier, Samuel de Champlain, Captain Vancouver – do you remember the name of a single Musqueum chief? I don’t.
The power of divestment lies in its ability to create public discourse. Let's lead that conversation, not stifle it.
Forget Bring Back The Gallery, students should be calling to “Take Down the Perch.”
Faculty and students need to focus efforts on the root cause of global warming rather than radicalize our school against fossil fuel companies.
The banners are out of sorts with what a school with anemic athletic attendance might expect, but perhaps they’re exactly what we need.
UBC has the ability to transform the attitudes of international students who are intolerant towards homosexuality.
"How do people make friends in class? People are scary. How do I do this thing people seem to do so easily?”
If this manic joy was backed up by a dose of realism in regards to what students are actually facing, this positivity would be easier to swallow.