There is nothing scarier than the few weeks that lead up to Halloween — your midterms are (mostly) over and uncertainty about grades, school and the amount of money you spent on study snacks looms over you like an inconvenient spider web decoration.
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The AMS is hosting their annual AGM on Monday, October 31. To help get you through it, play along with this special bingo card. The card was originally made by our friends at The Varsity at the University of Toronto.
At university, it’s not surprising when you see students gulping coffee out of litre-sized thermoses, or overhear them say they’re foregoing sleep and how the only thing that’s keeping them alive is the trente Starbucks.
I have returned — summoned back once more to carry out my burdensome mandate of educating the masses of hungry, cultureless despots under the tragic illusion that wine can be consumed with ice and that Michael Bay makes good, innocently fun movies.
It may seem convenient since the Bookstore is on campus, but don’t do it. We all know that textbooks are overpriced, always taunting your bank account every time you go in. Now they’ve added a new range of Halloween costumes for this month.
Some might say this would be a great time for a reading break! The UBC academic calendar, however, would disagree. As one of the only universities in Canada without a fall reading break, we’ll have to cope in other ways.
October 31 is quickly approaching. Or maybe you’re that person who never makes any plans and just follows the crowd walking to the Frat Village every year. Either way, here is your guide to partying at UBC this Halloween.
We've all been frustrated with our profs at one point another after getting a bad grade. However, someone has taken it to the next level and sent four philosophers, including UBC philosophy professor Carrie Jenkins, a manilla envelope full of shit.
The most we receive is from his website, “Theatre Performance – UBC – B.A.” under his training. Be sure to keep an eye out for Lin when the movie premieres next year and check out the trailer below if you haven't already!
One of my biggest mistakes is allowing myself to be “hangry.” I always forget about the snacks I have in my fridge and then I end up spending a lot of money that I don’t need to be spending on snacks that aren’t even that healthy or filling.
Most of you reading this probably spend a decent chunk of your time on UBC Vancouver campus and it’s vital for your safety to know what to do in case of an earthquake while in class or in the library.
I can say with certainty that somewhere that night were many angsty teens whose acoustic variations of the same song were all bested by Totally Not The UBC Men’s Rugby Team, simply because they were really, really loud. And that’s all it takes.
Winter is coming and so is influenza. Just when you thought the warmth of fall lingered — Achoo! With one contraction of the diaphragm, the person next you has plagued you with millions of savage viruses.
UBC’s hidden garden oasis is the perfect place to hold hands, take a peaceful walk and get away from the stress of student life. Forget your worries among the canopy of trees on the Greenheart Treewalk.
If you've been on campus for a while now, you might remember the original page in it's peak popularity a few years ago. Well, a new page has been unleashed recently on the UBC population to either take it or leave it.