Catherine Dauvergne is currently a professor of immigration law at UBC’s Allard School of Law, and, in July, will be taking over the role of dean.
Upon arrive at work this morning, UBC Engineering dean Marc Parlange was surprised to find that, overnight, his office had been transformed into a barnyard.
April Fools’ 2015 has come and gone without, to the disappointment of many, a single car appearing on the clock tower (or equivalent).
A number of people taking the 99 B-Line to UBC last Thursday were shocked to see large amounts of blood-like fluid pouring out of the ceiling of the bus.
Aaron Bailey is a singer-songwriter, is studying the science of beer and winemaking, lost two teeth by jumping off a bridge and is UBC’s next AMS president.
Today is the Persian New Year and the UBC Persian Club isn't letting the miserable weather dampen their spirits (metaphorically, if not literally).
Juno Award-winning musician Lights is currently on campus at Menchie's UBC.
Early bird Block Party tickets went on sale today and sold out online in less than five minutes, crashing the system's server.
Rouge Media has installed a phone charging station with five cables in the basement of the SUB.
UBC’s A Club of Ice and Fire held its own ‘debate’ for the AMS elections candidate on Thursday, featuring no shortage of Nerf gun action.
AMS Elections candidates will face off against one another in an all-out battle with nerf guns and pillows outside of the SUB today.
Following several weeks of downtime, a repair, a frightful incident and yet another 'fix', an elevator in Ponderosa's Arbutus house is out of service again.
A UBC study is giving students a chance to engage in two hours of gambling and beer drinking -- and get paid for it.
To make applicants' lives just a little bit easier, we've compiled some data regarding admissions (such as average GPAs) from UBC's annual enrolment report.
John Robinson, UBC associate provost, sustainability, is the driving force behind UBC’s Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (CIRS).