I found the room brimming with like-minded anime and manga fans, and many were enthusiastically discussing the season’s new anime.
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The fact I’m in fourth year.
The music transports you in time, and you can almost picture yourself in the 60s in a Detroit bar, with a glass of good whiskey, dim lights and smoke.
The site is super simple — select your subject from the list, click through to your class and section and you'll be greeted with a side-by-side comparison of the required textbooks' prices at the UBC Bookstore vs. Amazon.ca.
Rare Books and Special Collections, that brought you the 1800 year old papyri and a medieval papal document, now has a new exhibition: Alice in Wonderland.
You want to play it? They probably have it. You want to learn how to play it? Someone will be happy to teach you.
Slacknotes, a project from fourth-year computer science student Chris Zhu, lets you search any course currently offered at UBC and view its grade averages since 2007
We go to a university that offers a lot of opportunities for students to make a little extra cash without even leaving campus. Here's how.
“[Something like] dancing isn’t for everyone, but everyone loves a cool magic trick.”
Check out these restaurant dishes around campus if you are in need of something new, or just looking to change up your same-old boring lunch to healthy and delicious vegetarian and vegan options.
Sounds like a pret-tea sweet deal to me.
Ever had a craving for something food truck-ish, but didn't know where to find one? Not a problem. We've created a map that updates in real time with the locations of all five of UBC's roving restaurants. Click a flag for more info about that truck.
The Super Blood Moon might sound like the newest addition to the Twilight franchise, but really it’s just a super cool lunar event happening tonight
If you're bored with the obvious choices like Starbucks, Blenz and Tim Hortons, there are a few more noteworthy coffee places you should check out.
We spend a lot of time on campus. As such, we tend to notice things that are wrong with it.