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The goal of this event is to raise awareness in order to sustain their network and visibility at UBC. Students will be hosting their own events in the forms of workshops and conferences next week, which you can find on their calendar here.

Cuts for Cancer is an event open to all of the UBC community, but is specifically looking for hair donations of eight inches or more. The goal of the event is to make wigs for children suffering from medical hair loss at BC Children’s Hospital.

More recently, Chen published another quick-witted satire piece on his Reddit page. This time, a couple telling voters that textbooks were so expensive to buy for their daughter, a “new student” at UBC, that she was forced to live in a cardboard box.

While you usually need to purchase a $5 membership, this event welcomes everyone. The movie doesn’t actually start until 8 p.m., but people are encouraged to come early and mingle beforehand, play some games and have some drinks.

UBC has opened up a new home on campus for one lucky person. It is located right by Allard Hall, is a whopping 20 square feet and has a “built-in zero-energy use fridge,” according to its post on Craigslist. Oh, and it’s an igloo.

Although it is a world-renowned conference, some of our very own UBC students and professors have given their thoughts, research and personal experiences ranging related to mental health, environmental studies, LGBTQ+ issues and much more.

Do you ever find yourself looking for new recipes online? Look no further than some of the best food bloggers to follow that publish their recipes online for free. With a variety of cheap, easy or intricate recipes, these bloggers have it all.

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