Unfortunately, UBC has never portrayed itself on the silver screen but there’s still time – we’re holding out hope for a Trudeau biopic.
As textbook pricing is already a well-established affordability issue for students, the conversation is now being expanded to include the cost of online assessment materials.
Convocation is for you to celebrate all your hard work, and most importantly figure out what type of dog you can get now that you’re not bogged down with school responsibilities.
Having been restructured twice since April 2017, AMS VP Academic and University Affairs (VPAUA) office is once again undergoing a structural change.
Campus in the summer is a completely different experience, full of things to enjoy that you might not be able to do once winter semester comes around.
To better highlight undergraduate work in the field of First Nations and Indigenous studies (FNIS), the First Nations Studies Student Association (FNSSA) has relaunched their journal, xʷnaʔəlməxʷ sχəχi:ls or First People’s Writing.
If you’re interested in the final frontier and all the technology it takes to get there, then head to the Engineering Student Centre this Thursday.
If you find yourself unable to study at home because you can distract yourself with literally anything else, then the library is always there for its ambience of productivity. UBC is home to a plethora of them, but they’re not all built the same.
With exam season fast approaching, it’s easy to get into the habit of either stress-induced overeating or forgetting you haven’t eaten a proper meal until your stomach starts growling in the middle of your stats final.
We’re nearing the end of the semester and with only a few weeks left it’s hard to find the time and energy to grocery shop or cook a decent meal.
The event was a hit last year with over 1,000 people attending and another large crowd is expected this year.
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.
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.
Breaking the stigma requires both people who are willing to speak out about their experiences and people who are willing to listen.
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.