Here’s what it takes to transfer to UBC from a university in the US. Is getting into UBC easier or harder than immigrating to Canada? You be the judge. But please don’t crash the UBC website — we have enough problems with Connect already.
If you sit upon The Knoll on this splendidly mild day, you'll be just far enough from the encroachment of the club members in red hats, but close enough to eaves drop the on the heated political conversations happening.
You've seen The Shining, you've seen The Exorcism of Emily Rose, but believe me when I say that you can’t even begin to know the true meaning of fear until you have seen UBCs “Legend of the Vanishing Hitchhiker.” Have you heard of it? Of course not.
We've all been frustrated with our profs at one point another after getting a bad grade. However, someone has taken it to the next level and sent four philosophers, including UBC philosophy professor Carrie Jenkins, a manilla envelope full of shit.
“I've been fortunate enough to practice with these guys [the Vancouver Canucks] a few times at UBC, so I know the talent that they have. Being able to go out there and skate during warm up was really huge for me, and something I'll look back at for
If you've been on campus for a while now, you might remember the original page in it's peak popularity a few years ago. Well, a new page has been unleashed recently on the UBC population to either take it or leave it.
Reportedly hanging there for months, only a few observant procrastinating students have spotted him and successfully stayed mum, preventing the entire campus population from stampeding across campus to pay homage and worship to this pure entity.
It's that time of year again. Cry of joy or because you have an exam on the last possible day of exams. While The Ubyssey wishes everyone a happy exam schedule, maybe don't ruin your long weekend by checking your fate just yet.
Did you see a fancy red car with a camera rigged to the hood on campus today? Did you stand and stare at it as you waited for a stunt driver to press the pedal to the medal? Yeah, me neither. William will be on campus filming for the next four days.
Our feature this week revolved around the recent completion of Brock Commons. Clearly we are all serious, hard-hitting journalists. We thought that these rejected headlines were too good to be forgotten.
The inflatable wall is just one of a number of carnival-inspired games. While you're supposed to cross this Wipeout-inspired punching wall to the other side and back, it's also good for a bounce or two if nobody's on it.
It might be a bit challenging to locate the tiny horse — named Princess Aurora — at first glance due to the swarm of students surrounding her, but the adorable creature is worth the hunt. There are also goats, bunnies and chickens inside a trailer.
As we tried to sleep we could have sworn we heard a bear sniffing around. Terrified, we hid under our sleeping bags. The next morning, a glowing sunrise over the lake and mountains was not the only thing to greet us as we sat in our sleeping bags.
After those meetings, Ono was kind enough to fit our short interview about his first day during the only free time he had left — the time it took to walk from his office to his home, the Norman Mackenzie House, to get ready for dinner.
The film centres around Auggie, who has a facial deformity, as he struggles to fit into a new school. Roberts plays Auggie's mother and Owen Wilson plays his father. Yes, the stars are shining bright on campus today.