Remember three years ago when we had the last snowball fight? I barely do either. So don't miss your tri annual opportunity to hit some strangers with some wonderfully wet snow. It probably won't happen again for another three years.
Alternatively, you can call Translink and pay with your credit card over the phone after waiting on hold for ages. If this all sounds like way too much effort, then don't forget to request your monthly U Pass in advance.
The UBC campus of five years ago was a strange place. There were roads where there shouldn't be roads and random open lawns that have since been supplanted by towering, concrete residences and fancy new lecture halls.
Now here's where you come in. If you and your friends buy tickets using our group tracking number, then we can try to organize the most amount of group members by wielding the power of the united UBC campus.
Vancouver still doesn't know how to deal with the snow, but we are slowly getting the hang of it. Brave students took on the ice in the Main Mall fountain in a most Canadian fashion. Some made the ice a place of romance...
Students are not strangers to navigating around film sets that occasionally sprawl across main parts of our beautiful campus. However, The Man in High Castle managed to pick the day the Google Street View van came around.
An interview between Ubysseyer Andrew Bates and Tommy Wiseau — the creative genius behind everyone's favourite “it's so bad it's good” movie, The Room — fell through the cracks and into internet obscurity... until now.
“All Alone on Christmas” kicks off the album with simple, somber piano chords. When you're feeling alone and abandoned during the darkest days of the coldest months, this song is the warm blanket of validation that you needed.
While the lyrics don't exactly recreate a perfect rhyme scheme, it's still overwhelmingly relatable. Here are the lyrics for you to sing with your fellow students while you all sit around a warm fire burning from last term's notes.
Although our condolences go out to those students whose exams weren't cancelled today, everyone can make themselves feel better with these lovely photos of our campus looking hot as hell — well, you know what I mean.
The most notable change from this is that residence advisers can no longer provide students in on-campus housing the free ones they used to. Safe sex is important folks, but students are notoriously poor.
Today was the one day a year where we experiences snow and despite a week's worth of notice, everybody still lost their damn minds. Vancouverites whipped out their umbrellas and Canadians who grew up east scoffed at them in disgust.
"If we thought Nazi paraphernalia might do the same thing as the Trump hats, we might. But we don't think the reaction would be similar at all. While some people might think the Trump campaign supported racism and homophobia, many disagree."
In light of a men's rights group having their application to become an AMS club rejected, the UBC Free Speech Club is showing their support by placing a blue wooden sign of the male symbol on top of the engineering cairn on Main Mall.
We'll be watching our Facebook page like a hawk and if you're our 10,000th Facebook like, you'll be featured in a Ubyssey video to present you with your “big” prize and ask you a few questions about how much you love us.