I ranked some UBC offices before the entire campus was locked down so you can go check them out when campus opens up if you, like me, do not have a life.
Your roommate is actually probably super nice, but it’s the sharing a space four feet apart from one another that gets your insides burning with a rage so untamable, you could kill a man.
But I wouldn’t be a typical Arts student if I didn’t leave this essay till the very last moment. So, to procrastinate even that, I am documenting my hourly stay at IKB as I potentially probably lose my mind.
i wish before any of 'me' had started,
This trailblazing new thing, seemingly inspired by the already-existing Facebookian microcosmic worlds of Subtle Asian Dating and Subtle Curry Dating, is relatively young and was launched in November 2019.
Premiering on January 30 at the Chan Centre, The Passenger is part of the larger symposium, Auschwitz 75, being held in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi concentration camp in Poland.
I was re-watching a Friends episode one day when Rachel referred to her friends as “magic beans,” which made me realize what it was about the show that made it so appealing
Spooky season is here friends, but there are some things on campus that are spooky all year long. So, in the spirit of Halloween (pun intended), here are some phenomena that occur on campus without an expiration date that I am absolutely terrified of.
Please! I have all the skills of an ethnographic sociology student to do a deep psychoanalysis of you based on your seating choice in lecture — and before you start doubting my capabilities, yes, I have taken a single psychology class.
If you liked any of these ideas I hope you are full of thanks for me. I am full of thanks for me. Happy thanksgiving.
Vancouver is taking to the streets for the Global Climate Strike tomorrow, 27 September, and UBC – or at least parts of UBC – is standing in solidarity.
A new local celebrity in the making, Birb is going down in UBC history as more than just an ordinary seagull.
You need your least favourite dark grey hoodie and make sure you keep the hood on and hunch a little. Shove your hands into your pockets as well. You want to look as dignified as possible.
On Friday, September 6, UBC hosted UBC Pride which featured resource booths, activities and performances. Before the event took place, many UBC community members expressed cynicism, considering the university’s recent track record with the LGBTQIA2S+ community. We sent a few writers to attend the events and share their thoughts.
Reassess your battle plans and holster your iClickers, UBC, because on September 5 at 10 a.m., we are collectively storming the UBC Bookstore, because, “they can’t stop us all.”