For all the artists out there searching for an outlet to let your creativity flow and make something more interesting than colour-coded cue-cards look no further than these clubs.
Don’t let the rain put a damper on your workouts.
Fortunately, there are plenty of student clubs to let you expand your palate or eat more healthily. Whether you live off ramen or meal prep five days a week, there’s a club here to meet your food needs.
Tap into your sense of curiosity outside of the classroom by designing your own experiments or building your own inventions with these science and research based clubs.
All proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards supporting research at the Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health at UBC.
Even as the club has expanded its activities and focus areas, the UBC Aqua Society continues to prioritize promoting diving within the UBC student community.
Four different types of loaves are available for a minimum donation of $12. So, do some good this holiday season, and get something good in return through this initiative.
Featuring an all-female line up, the show will be dedicated to celebrating the talented voices of Northwest Coast Indigenous women.
TEDxUBC is an independently organized, student-centered conference, that provides a platform for students to share their stories and achievements, and celebrates the pursuit of knowledge.
After a much needed but short break we’re already back at school. If you didn’t find time to squeeze in some winter activities between visiting family and catching up on sleep and Netflix then here are some things to do this January before the assignments start piling up.
If you’re staying at UBC with nothing to do but homework, take some time to explore these vacation worthy spots all within driving distance. Whether you have the whole week free or just two days off work, there’s no excuse not to get away this break.
Breaking the stigma requires both people who are willing to speak out about their experiences and people who are willing to listen.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner and the recent news that Alberta has banned BC wine imports, there’s never been a better excuse to try out a new bottle.
AMS election season is in full swing with voting being held March 5 to 9. It’s the most exciting and busiest time of the year for The Ubyssey, the electoral candidates and that’s pretty much it.
The event was a hit last year with over 1,000 people attending and another large crowd is expected this year.