“Our real hope is that it will be a space that supports all the various needs of the arts students faculty, so were imagining that it will support learning, social interaction, collaboration, as well as space for innovation.”
The poster sale is upon us. Time to flaunt your individuality by buying a poster that literally everyone else has.
Summer is coming to an end and no place better encapsulates the purest essence of summer than Tofino on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Sun, surf, constant reminders of tsunami evacuation zones – Tofino has it all.
I don’t want to sound like I’m hyperbolizing, but I have never felt prouder to be a woman than in the 20 minutes Salt n Pepa were performing.
“Disposable cameras are such a fun medium, it’s taking something that’s considered low art and then printing it and putting it … into a … gallery space elevates the medium,” said Wong.
The famed laugh-haver will only be doing safety and etiquette announcements for Translink, but we’ve come up with a list of things he should say instead of superfluously introducing himself and talking about compass cards.
If you are as bad as I am at returning at library books on time and spend your paycheques paying off library fees, you’ll probably appreciate the Free Little Library — even if it does make you feel like a giant.
“Carded! is an interactive art party where people buy, collect and trade artists work reproduced on ... trading cards,” says Chris Bentzen, co-founder of the event. He stands next to the other founder, Jim Hoehnle, who is selling the cards out of the furry box.
This year’s Persistence of Vision film festival was the UBC Theatre and Film Department’s 28th annual occurrence of this event, showcasing the final short films of students in the UBC Film Production program.
The end of U-Pass season (for non-summer students) is coming. Unless you're willing to pay $172 a month for that three-zone privilege, here are some fun places to go and things to do before the dreaded end on April 30th.
Jennifer Abel, a grad student who has worked in the research commons, is protesting the administration’s sudden decision, saying dedicated graduate student space is integral to student community.
The Anthropology and Sociology building has a history almost as old as the university. The space where it and the Museum of Anthropology stand was previously an army base.
The lights, the stage and the pressing questions on policy platforms... Some people glide through the elections unscathed by the pressure and come out victorious, or at least with their dignity intact.
Ponderosa Cake is a coffee-cake-type loaf sold by UBC Food Services.