In the English language debate, when Yves-François Blanchet said that his party will “stand up for Quebecers and only Quebecers,” a presumably non-zero amount of Vancouverites resonated with the leader’s statement.
No matter if it’s intended to be a hewn-cedar gathering place, a source of shade, or an abstract representation of a boat, there’s no public installation quite like a large, wooden structure.
The official UBC Facebook page has given him a nod. Despite his fame, the newfound face of the university has stayed silent on the major issues facing students today — until now.
The right kind of music is essential for turning heads and getting people to approach your booth. To get started, I recommend these Five amazing tunes, all of which just so happen to fall under the umbrella of jazz music:
The only characters with any real chemistry between them were Max Holmes and Dylan Braam. One of the debate scenes had like nine people crammed into one long table, in the most pointless reference to “The Last Supper” I’ve ever seen.
The image in question, featuring Santa Ono cradling a crying baby, was taken from the president’s Facebook page, which became his profile picture sometime around 6 in the morning. It has been since changed.
“Exchange?” you may ask. “Is that really what they’re calling it?” Yes, it is. Doesn’t sit well on your ears, does it? As far as residence names go, this isn’t one of UBC’s strongest. Why is that? We must turn to the science of linguistics in order to find out.
The music was still moving, even without knowing about the structure or history of the genre. The show had the intimate feeling of watching a group of friends joking around with each other, with Redman often taking time to compliment the solos of his fellow performers.
Summers used a fantastical setting to tell a story about real-world issues, such as imperialism, race and abuse.
Wayne Gretzky Never Takes It Black is a charming story about hope, loss, languages and good coffee.
As a student with classes in Buchanan, ICICS, Vantage and Scarfe, I’ve had my fair share of getting past the crowds, people standing in the middle of the path on their phones and pop-up samosa sales. Here’s what you can do.
This Thursday and Friday, Democrats Abroad will be boothing in The Nest from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. , in order to walk American students through the process of registering to vote.
Surprised that not one of his students’ plays were selected for the Fringe Festival, Wade half-jokingly brought forward the idea for them to pool their money together and put on their own.