After crying on the phone to my mum, my best friend told me to meet him in our high school’s dance studio, where all of my friends were waiting to run and hug me while “Celebration” by Kool and the Gang drowned out my sobs.
Here at The Ubyssey, we often joke about how we are a cult of hacks and other keeners who share news articles with each other. But back in the days of of the 1920s, UBC's student newspaper took its cult-like status a little more serious.
There have been a number of ice cream-related events on campus within recent memory. But while this might not be a free two ounces Rain or Shine ice cream, a sundae is available to anyone really — voting or not — while supplies last.
It's been a tough spring in terms of blooming flowers and sunshine. But if you're gardening plans have been temporarily put on hiatus due to the weather, you can still get some dirt on your hands with Roots on the Roof's Garden Drop-In.
A common fear — what if you get accepted, but your final grade 12 marks fall from the time you self-report to the end of the year? UBC may re-evaluate your admission if any of the following happen: A) Your average drops by five per cent or more
You're stressed, overwhelmed and probably haven't showered in longer than you'd like to admit. Tonight is the eighth-annual Undie Run and what better way to expel all the academic angst than a good jog with the wind and rain against your skin.
With a previous article of ours reaching 8,520 views and 500 likes on Facebook, it's not surprising that the line for free Rain or Shine ice cream stretched all the way from the fountain in Martha Pipe Plaza to past Triple O's.
Unless you've been living under a rock or go to Kwantlen Polytechnic University, you're probably aware of the age-old rivalry between UBC and SFU. However, some UBC students wouldn't even say it's a rivalry and might even ask, “What's SFU?”
Whether you managed to harass your friends into joining a team at the last minute or are allergic to exercise, evaluating the Storm the Wall team names has been a time-honoured tradition here at The Ubyssey.
Although this sign has the colour scheme of some past US election campaigns, the amount of triggered students is at a minimum because it is ironically the best looking sign occupying the knoll. It's been taken down because we can't have nice things.
Rebecca Black is a hard throwback to 2011, with the announcement poster detailing that she is only to perform her hit single, Friday. The Ubyssey would like to make a public plea to all students to resist the temptation to sing or even hum the tune.
Exam schedules are out. It's that fateful day when you discover whether you'll be able to fly home — or to somewhere hot and sunny — or if you'll be stuck studying in your small, dark room until the end of April.
Other hilarious scenarios include convincing a guy named Jimothy to take your midterm for you, getting more friends from LAN parties than sorority parties and The Ubyssey running an article branding you a squirrel murderer.
Beginning his campaign trail two years early, Kevin O'Leary is coming to UBC tonight to talk about his vision for Canada. You might know him from Dragon's Den or because he is often called the Canadian version of Donald Trump.
Today there was a snowball fight. While there looks to be just as many photos as there were snowballs, here are some of the best on Instagram as taken by you — the students. Today there was a snowball fight.