The T-Birds fell to the Dinos 3–2 on Friday, but remained resilient, powering through to a 4–1 win on Saturday.
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As they learn about the ongoing crisis there, more and more people sympathize with the Palestinian cause, writes the Vancouver Chapter of Independent Jewish Voices.
Upon entering the Neville Scarfe building last Saturday, we were shocked to see singers decked out in bright colours, fun textures and donning elaborate accessories for extra flair. It’s important to note that in most classical music performances — which is what we’re most familiar with — concert black dress is always required.
In the ambient cocktail lighting of the Fox Cabaret, we were contemplating the features of a good show over palomas on a Tuesday evening.
The Ubyssey obtained a redacted copy of a Board of Governors (BoG) survey which asked respondents whether they support a tuition increase. Every single one of them said yes.
I’m brave. I’m bold. I’m a survivor — nay — a trooper — no — a warrior. And I did it all for you. This is my story, this is my truth, this is my tale. One shot, one opportunity, mom’s spaghetti.
The absence of a formal acknowledgment from the university highlights just how essential such official statements are, especially during times of crisis, writes Chaimae Chouiekh.
On Tuesday evening, members of the UBC community held a vigil in front of the UBC Musqueam post to stand in solidarity with Palestine.
They might be underdogs, but that hasn’t stopped them before.
Councillors approved an expansion of the speaker's powers, heard concerns over Decker's leave of absence and a presentation on student budget priorities.
The Board of Governors Finance Committee voted on Monday to recommend tuition increases of 5 per cent for new international undergraduate students, 3 per cent for continuing undergraduate international students and 2 per cent for new and continuing domestic undergraduate and graduate students.
I could make a fence around breath and laughter and / meaningless joy and routine sadness / here it is, sketched with broken / pencil smudged by the palm of my hand / but would you see it?
I wasn’t raised in the Philippines, so all of my knowledge of the country comes from my family and what they chose to expose me to.
What is my native language? I say my sister, there is no other word for it.