Bridget Chase

Bridget Chase

Bridget has been writing for the Ubyssey since 2016, and dethroned the last Cult Leader - er, Culture Editor - for the 2018/19 season. At UBC, she studies linguistics and creative writing and has the pleasure of working with Indigenous communities on language revitalization projects. She is interested in accessible art, underground events, amplifying marginalized voices, and Indigenous culture. You can catch her riding her scooter across campus, or find her on Twitter.

Articles

In 1949, Harry and Audrey Hawthorn stood in the basement of the Main Library to inaugurate UBC’s new Museum of Anthropology (MOA). On September 14, MOA opened its doors for free to all patrons for its 70th anniversary open house event.

Getting inked can mean a lot, or very, very little, to the owner of the art. Every tattoo has a story, and UBC students have a breadth of stories to share — all permanently ingrained into their skin. This time we look at a zoo of tattoos from fellow students.

With students making space for themselves and their communities, the arts on campus being better than ever, institutions taking it upon themselves to take bigger leaps towards reconciliation and more — here are some of our top stories of the year in culture.

On the floor, a man and woman lie naked and covered in paint, ready to perform oral sex in the 69 position in what is arguably Canada’s first live erotic art show. As the lights dim, everyone has one question on their minds: “Is this guy going to be able to get it up?”

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