Early examples of early gay literature, Teleny and Des Grieux, were acquired through the crowd-funding efforts of Ph.D. candidate and an associate professor
All the funds raised during the competition will go directly to support literacy programs run by Grace Rwanda.
UBC Theatre is challenging traditional gender roles with its modern musical adaptation of Pierre de Marivaux’s comic play Triumph of Love.
This weekend will mark the closing concert of Koerner Quartet, Summer Serenade,.
The 33rd Annual Jessie awards were recently held to honour artistic achievements in theatre, with UBC alumni and faculty members receiving multiple awards.
In the midst of this boom, the new musical film Finding Face Time provides a hilarious insight into the evolution of modern relationships in this technology-laden world.
Utopian Dystopia showcases the evolution in Mair’s treatment of the themes of information and control, delving into the duel between reality and perception.
With its long waiting lines and unbelievably high cover charges, Vancouver nightlife has notoriously gained a bad rep, but Yero is here to change the game.
Suspense, intrigue, comedy and passion – these are only but a small sliver of what the UBC adaptation of the Tenant of Wildfell Hall is gearing up to serve in its upcoming world premiere this October.
So maybe leave the car once in a while on your way to campus, or venture into any of the trails around UBC. This Movember, in addition to the glorious array of beards that will start to pepper the campus, we might start to start to see accompanying spandex and sneakers in show of support for men’s health.
Charmingly decorated with over 100 lanterns, including flowers, bees and jars, the event featured a wide range of activities for students and community members to participate in and reflect on how they connect to the garden space from creative festival activities, to lantern exhibits.
Directed and produced by Tom Hill and Devin Mackenzie PITCH MEN follows two middle-of-the-road guys as they attempt to sell various absurd antics by delivering high-energy, fun and fast-paced pitches.
According to recent study, First Nations’ fishery catches could collapse by almost 50 per cent by 2050 as a result of climate change, further endangering the food and economic security of indigenous communities along coastal British Columbia.
Last week marked the culmination of the Lenses of Sustainability dialogue series, a three-part student-led series focused around providing spaces to have open conversations about pressing sustainability issues.
The mock camp was originally conceived by Friends of MSF (FoMSF) members and event organizers in an effort to raise awareness about the global refugee crisis. The event expanded into a large-scale collaboration across the UBC community.