When I first heard about these videos, they were described as “cheesy but helpful,” and I have to say it is a spot-on description. Admittedly, I'm going into my fourth and final year out here and I'm learning new things from these videos.
“I have to admit that Chipotle is one of my favourite fast food restaurants. I am looking into whether it might be possible to attract Chipotle somewhere on or near campus and will provide an update if I get any encouraging news.”
The AMA will give anyone the chance to give Ono their opinion on their issues with campus, ask questions and provide suggestions on what can be improved and what future plans are in the works. Questions have already started pouring in on Reddit.
Do I take personal offense that the arts students are inadvertently called lazy? Maybe. Do I laugh every time I read about the Sauder Snakes? Absolutely. The author has been releasing different parts of the novel over a period of days.
While we don't have a confirmation that the filming on campus is for Depp's new movie Richard Says Goodbye, he was seen filming on July 31 in downtown with his co-star, Zoey Deutch, so it's a pretty safe bet.
UBC Okanagan has already set up “an advanced staging area for fire trucks and personnel from across the province, to be sent where needed in the BC Interior,” according to the email, which has helped immensely in aiding those in need.
Most snaps are recognizable, specifically the ones featuring Irving K. Barber Library, but in others you can really see the developments that UBC has made in the past century. Check out some of my personal favourites below.
University Neighbourhoods Association is coming to the rescue and adding four new parking locations on campus. Binning Road North, Binning Road, Gray Ave West and Hampton Place East will have new spots where you can park.
AMS Conferences and Catering, BierCraft, Koerner's Pub, Land & Food Systems Aggies (student and faculty chefs) and Open Kitchen (Orchard Commons) are the competitors this year, and it promises to be a delicious event.
What drew her to UBC in the first place, let alone the Nest, is beyond me, but it's pretty cool to see some of the places you walk past every day — even if they are just study rooms or elevators. Watch the full video below.
Last year the AMS held a competition to name the new bubble tea shop opening in the Nest. The winner got a drink named after them, so perhaps this is the time to pull out the dad jokes and bad puns to have a taco named in your honour.
While this may seem like an unnecessary added expense, one of the main goals of the ten-year plan is to reduce overcrowding and I'm pretty sure we can all spare a dime or two to avoid getting elbowed in the face every day while commuting on the 99.
UBC tied for twenty-first out of twenty-three so it's not as bad as it sounds. According to Wikipedia there are 98 universities in Canada, so we're basically in the top 20 per cent in the grand scheme of things.
The event is in support of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, which aims to clear all beaches of trash and to raise awareness about the garbage we produce in various communities across the country.
Going outside by choice may seem like a foreign concept to some of you. However, Vancouver in the summer is nothing short of spectacular. With mountains to hike and the ocean to swim in, you’ve got endless activities to try out.