Vancouver still doesn't know how to deal with the snow, but we are slowly getting the hang of it. Brave students took on the ice in the Main Mall fountain in a most Canadian fashion. Some made the ice a place of romance...
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Run to McDonald’s. Or A&W. Or Triple O’s. When you have that cheeseburger craving, which I promise you will, just run there and you won’t feel as guilty in indulging in a 600-calorie burger chalk-full of chemicals.
The city itself continues to be plagued by slick conditions. If struggling to acclimatize is making the jump back into school that much trickier, hopefully this guide to the cold and the snow can help.
The University Fashion Club has got you covered with their Welcome Back Movie Night tomorrow at 6 p.m.! Hosted in the most appropriate location for the fashion club — the Scarfe building — it's sure to be a fun time.
Feel like taking your love for Japanese food to a next level? Join the workshop with dietician Wataru Shibata about Japanese food culture! The first part of the two-day workshop is happening at 4 p.m. this Thursday at Asian Centre.
Now here's where you come in. If you and your friends buy tickets using our group tracking number, then we can try to organize the most amount of group members by wielding the power of the united UBC campus.
You’ve heard it year after year, whether it’s a personal goal or an acquaintance’s, and most often, the resolution falls short. If you’re like me, it’s January 2 when a resolution cracks and you spot the leftover Chirstmas cookies in the kitchen.
The centre describes itself as a place to support the women of UBC, providing resources such as brochures, safer sex products, pregnancy tests, menstrual products, a library of feminist literature and more.
You won’t find any Marvel blockbusters here — rather, Kanopy specializes in documentaries, foreign films, and old Hollywood classics. As their website states, Kanopy’s “films are changing the way people think about their world."
Automatic sinks being everywhere is pretty much how I imagine the Soviets’ last-ditch attempts to keep themselves stable — real top-level malarkey that looks all fancy in an attempt to mask how everything is falling apart and awful.
As our sad, poor wallets are all too aware of, Vancouver is full of fine foods with various cuisines from around the world. One of the best ways to save money is to stop going out so often and learn how to cook the same foods at home.
Consider submitting your work to one (or more!) of the numerous student-run academic journals here at UBC. They're a great opportunity to gain experience within the world of academic publishing and read some great essays.
Run by an unidentified yet dedicated individual, the page can regularly be seen commenting on UBC Confessions posts. Squirrels of UBC also hosts contests and accepts submissions from students who are speedy enough to catch the squirrels in action.
The Totem Forest is a tranquil sanctuary tucked away from the commotion of campus life. Wandering among the fragrant cedar trees is a great way to de-stress — but nature-lovers may notice a sanctuary dedicated to a different kind of relaxation.
Do you ever find yourself looking for new recipes online? Look no further than some of the best food bloggers to follow that publish their recipes online for free. With a variety of cheap, easy or intricate recipes, these bloggers have it all.