Check out these restaurant dishes around campus if you are in need of something new, or just looking to change up your same-old boring lunch to healthy and delicious vegetarian and vegan options.
We go to a university that offers a lot of opportunities for students to make a little extra cash without even leaving campus. Here's how.
On Saturday, November 7, UBC faced off at the third annual Hops Connect Cup against the University of Victoria, Simon Fraser University, Kwantlen Polytechnic University and Old College in a home beer brewing competition, and came away with the championship.
The AMS Events team, The Calendar and Dive into UBC have constructed a giant set filled with different colored LED lights so you can dance terribly to Hotline Bling.
UBC students have just passed the halfway mark of first semester, and while that sounds like quite a feat, most of us still are cramming for midterms or drowning in term papers.
It’s not the typical “waist-hooping” moves you would expect, but rather more of a tricks and dance-oriented club.
Taking over the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre are bright lights, a slew of fancy cars and an abundance of people sporting headsets and clipboards.
“The event was inspired by our desire to showcase a multitude of different aspects of Asian cultures at the same time."
Starting this past New Year, BC Liquor in Wesbrook Village is closing two hours earlier than normal. Instead of being open until 9 p.m. from Monday through Saturday, they are now closing at 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
The most lovable vending machine — also known as “The Hugging Coca Cola Machine” — is back at UBC. Standing tall in the SRC is Coca Cola’s signature red and white text with the words “Hug Me” front and centre. It’s kind of hard to miss.
Apparently female students were often seen exiting the male rooms and vice versa – because who could have foreseen a problem with putting a bunch of 20-somethings in quiet rooms with beds in the 1960s?
AMS’s Student Life and Communications Committee and UBC Recreation organized the Faculty Cup. It's open to all students from every faculty and school with the goal to bring different faculties together with the help of a little competitive nature.
While students waited in line, dressed in their most colourful rave clothing, UBC Recreation staff and volunteers handed out glow sticks as well as glow-in-the-dark body paint. The entire ballroom is pitch black with different coloured lights.
Defeat Depression is a Canadian fundraising campaign that encourages discussion and raises awareness around depression and other mood disorders. They hold runs, walks and other physical activities throughout Canada.
Don’t worry, these ones are just actors. The Man in the High Castle, an American TV show about an alternative history in which the Nazis and Japan have split North America into three sections, is back and filming at UBC.