With the common theme of finding beauty in the forgotten, or the private, both films spoke to the festival’s theme of “queering the self.”
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A couple months ago, I wrote about the type of books that have helped me over the years. So, here’s a quick list of other books that you might want to check out in this year.
UBC’s roster has had plenty of turnover since they last suited up to play games. With 16 first-year players, the team is the youngest it has been in decades.
“I put down the novel,” Williams said in an interview with The Ubyssey, “and started writing these essays about race.”
While mass fire activity can prove deadly, it can also highlight the resiliency of our local ecosystems.
The new location is an important step in making sure students who struggle with addiction or who are in recovery feel welcome on campus, according to Sara Fudjack.
On Saturday, October 16, there will be a Heritage Orchard Tour from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Spinning you Home, written by playwright Sally Stubbs and directed by UBC bachelor and masters of fine arts alum Sarah Rodgers, tells a heartwarming story, woven together by meaningful promises and serendipitous connections.
Haley Branch, a fifth-year PhD student, had an unusual road to academia. Now she is advocating for other disabled students' rights to be in academia
The new data — covering the week of October 5 to 11 — revealed that there were on average two new cases per 100,000 UBC area residents each day, down from four last week.
Last night, AMS Council met to discuss the society’s strategic plan and the development of a sensory room in the Life Building for neurodiverse students.
Applying the right strategies to communicate climate research is an essential skill that helps researchers share their hottest takes.
I could feel the little moments of shuffling anticipation bubbling in the air.
George Chaffee has always been skilled in the three things the Kwikwetlem nation really cares about: archaeology, the environment and fishing.
"They just really want to compete and they want to play and want to represent the school,” said UBC golf head coach Chris MacDonald. And represent UBC they have.