UBC and the AUS have a draft agreement over usage of the forthcoming Arts Student Centre. The Ubyssey broke down what’s in it.
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When it feels like the 276th day of March, it's pretty difficult to get into the holiday spirit.
With discussions of academic misconduct, a new program and external reviews, here’s what you need to know.
University RCMP is looking for information after five males stole a Christmas tree from the lobby of a Gray Avenue building on December 2.
If you’ve seen a Tim Burton movie, you might say the eerie and unusual nature of the films is better suited for a Halloween night. But I would argue that Edward Scissorhands is the best unusual holiday movie out there.
In two emails posted to Reddit, Dr. Tamara Freeman and Dr. Edward Neeland, both associate professors in chemistry, appear to have written to students in their classes that they suspected students had cheated on their final exams.
The plot, of course, has no possible analysis other than seeing it as the product of a twisted mind — screenwriter Daniel Meyer’s, to be exact.
Over the break, the SRC will have a new virtual meeting on Wednesdays between 5 and 6 p.m.
The basic premise of the movie is reminiscent of early-Wattpad days, in which two strangers tired of being single during the holidays, decide to be each other’s platonic plus-ones for an entire year.
A recently published report on systemic anti-Indigenous racism within BC’s health care system made several policy recommendations applicable to UBC’s faculty of medicine and School of Nursing.
We don’t know why so many Christmas movies have to revolve around one person being super unfair and toxic to their partner, only to ultimately end with them still getting together at the end and not acknowledging any of the shitty stuff that happens.
For young people, dealing with online school, work uncertainty and social isolation in a time when they would usually be expanding their networks poses additional strain.
In the spirit of that special time of year when you can hear songs about a bullied reindeer, mistletoe, and Kelly Clarkson belting her heart out within the same hour, I’ve decided to compile a thoroughly enjoyable tier ranking.
On Tuesday, December 8, the BC government introduced legislation to secure funding for the BC Recovery Benefit, projected to help around 3.7 million British Columbians.
Although the events touch on important issues, and occasionally heavy issues, they’re certainly not all doom-and-gloom. In a time when contact with others is more limited than ever, the screenings provide an opportunity for connection.