Imagine the end of the month. Your nerves are aching for your calendar to hit number one. A fresh start. What do you do?
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After a dreamy hour filled with dancing and violin music playing a ballad just for us, my Prince Charming started leaning in for a kiss. But alas! The alarm on his phone went off. It was 11:55 p.m. and he had to run (to catch the 68) to get back to his dorm before midnight.
On October 29, the AMS unearthed its time capsule. But, when they lifted the lid, a greasy, balding head popped up. It was Richard Nixon.
UBC’s ranking, according to Times Higher Education, has dropped from 37th to 40th worldwide. Here are just a few of the reasons why UBC has gone from top to flop.
Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is a common measure of whether a person is psychologically whole. UBC has long been waging war against students’ psychological requirements and it has finally begun its final barrage on the smoking remains of the student psyche.
On my first day back on campus, I got off the R4 and walked carelessly north towards the shining Buchanan headlights that guided me home when I stopped dead in my tracks. This is not where my class is today. I gulped, fear seeping into every pore. Was I supposed to go to… the other side of campus?
What the hell is Campus Vision 2050?
The Ubyssey is in its quiz era! Have you ever wondered “Hmmm, what residence would I be?” Well, us too. That’s why we’ve got you covered in this Buzzfeed-esque quiz.
I just wanted to eat the rat!
Ever wondered what your outfit should be based on your major? Well, The Ubyssey has got you covered.
In an era of information overload, sometimes you need to make your mind go blank even if it’s just for the seven minutes it takes to walk from class to class. Here’s a list of perfectly-timed songs with which to prevent a conscious thought from ever breaking through.
First-year kinesiology student Frederick “Fre” Solo has always had a hard time staying grounded. Since he was three years old, his life has been defined by one urge: to climb. Now, he’s set his sights on what he says is the most death-defying stunt on campus: climbing the Aviary.
What's in your mug?
The totally normal Sauder student sitting next to you at Koerner's has said “It just really feels like we’re living in a panopticon, you know, like Foucault.” And you’ve started to panic. They’re a philosophy minor.
Let me take you through my journey to radically and anti-oppressively get my neighbours to shut the fuck up.