It’s not okay to be okay. It’s okay to be the best.
It’s the perfect mix of old and new, of historical and modern, that no other city seems capable of pulling off.
On December 6, 2016 UBC experienced a snowfall that caused students to “lose their shit” and yesterday, nearly a year later to the day, students lost their shit for a whole new mystical weather issue — fog.
Movember is an international annual campaign that focuses on supporting and raising awareness for mens' health.
Earlier this afternoon Santa Ono shared a video on his Facebook page, asking students to come to the Nest on Monday, November 27 for a special surprise.
Our next question was then how someone even noticed that there was a mercury spill on campus — it's odourless, colourless and very toxic.
From students’ housing insecurity to the university’s loss of talent, the diverse and far-reaching impacts of Vancouver’s expensive housing market on UBC are clear.
The club “is dedicated to helping those in need in both the local and international community” and for their Halloween initiative, their sending 100 per cent of their proceeds to the kids who aren't able to trick-or-treat this October.
According to their website, “Thrive is a mindset and a week-long series of events focused on building positive mental health for everyone at UBC” that is open to students, staff and faculty.
Bask in the glory of finishing your midterms for awhile, but then realize your term papers are due on the same day of an exam. Then come hug our features editor before she turns into a puddle.
Earlier this year, Johnny Depp was filming on campus and caused quite the commotion with noise around residence, but it seems that students are more than happy to welcome The Rock to UBC.
Ono's TedX Talk focused specifically on mental health, his own struggles included. He also opened up about students who have faced suicide, not only since he's been at UBC, but also when he was president at the University of Cincinnati.
MEXSA also has asked that those who are unable to contribute money that they help spread the word about the donation box to support those in need. Whether it's a 25 cents or 25 dollars, any contribution is appreciated.
“At what point did you feel that you needed to start taking the AMS President election seriously? i.e. No longer be The Cairn and actually be Alan with a platform.”
In this age of instant communication, it is crucial to find a cellular service provider that doesn’t empty your pockets but also doesn’t let you compromise on your connectivity needs. My priority upon moving to Vancouver was finding a phone plan.