On March 18, cosplayers, J-pop fans and all flavours of anime enthusiasts transformed the Nest's Great Hall into a celebration of Japanese culture. Enter UBC Anime Club’s Pop-Up Hanami: one of the biggest events of the year by one of the biggest clubs on campus.
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Filmmaker and UBC professor Antoine Bourges’ first feature film, Fail to Appear, is an striking commentary on the shortcomings of Canadian legal systems’ dehumanizing and disempowering approaches to the mental health crisis.
So instead of wasting away in pre-spring limbo, why not do some stretches, find a bamboo pole, and make the limbo work for you?
The Birds took flight on March 16, with performances until March 25. Tickets are available through the theatre and film department’s website.
With materials from sarees to plants, the end products are as diverse as they are fascinating.
Author and UBC creative writing alum Lindsay Wong started writing her new book, Tell Me Pleasant Things About Immortality, by accident.
From European nightlife, to trench coat season, to regionally-correct champagne, France has certainly not disappointed. However, if there's one thing we’ve learned from our French peers since our arrival, it’s how to complain about everything
There’s a soft crackle in the air as the Festival Dionysia sweeps back onto the scene after a sold-out performance in 2022. This year, it debuts at the Pal Studio Theatre downtown, which is more than just a change of scenery from its previous stage on campus.
If you were craving pizza, then you’ve come to the wrong place. Pizza Coming Soon is a Japanese restaurant with a name just as unique as the restaurant — even if it is misleading.
Harris and Fanconi are working to create a collaborative space for BC-based artists and academics to collaborate called the Makers’ Lab, highlighting themes of loss, trauma and climate anxiety so as to lessen their impacts.
Noble, a professor of Gender Studies and African American studies at UCLA and Co-Founder and Co-Director of the UCLA Center for Critical Internet Inquiry, was the third speaker in UBC’s Lind Initiative (Un)Civil Discourse series
If you don’t have a Letterboxd account, haven’t been to a movie theatre since 2019 or aren’t deep in film Twitter hot takes, have no fear. I, your new annoying friend, am here to help you ace your Oscar ballot this year.
Just three years ago, Andy Nguyen never imagined that today he would be running a thriving cookie business. Nguyen, alongside his sister Jessica, founded Bak’d Cookies, which sells their signature gourmet cookies online and at farmer’s markets across the Lower Mainland.
At the Chan Centre on February 25, Black classical, jazz, and R&B will weave together to form a cosmic space where the past, present, and future become one.
For many survivors of sexual trauma, there is a clear before and after — and there is no going back. But that doesn’t mean healing isn’t possible.