Waiting in line too long, spending too much money and being a little too overhyped, the poster sale in the Nest is a UBC rite of passage.
How exactly are second-years who are only now beginning to get to campus supposed to find friends?
It’s important to remember that homesickness isn’t forever, though it may feel like it — sooner or later, you’ll be feeling better.
Bringing lived experience as a Queer woman of colour with a graduate degree to Parliament is Singh’s top priority.
Since March of 2020 the opioid crisis has worsened and BC's drug supply has more Fentanyl in it. As school moves back to in-person and parties resume what is UBC doing to keep students safe?
I like to remember three things when I’m facing my own impostor syndrome: I belong here, I can ask for help and everyone is in the same boat.
While deciding what language to take in university, you’ve got to make sure that the classes go with your vibe.
The village that brought Wash Your Hands of My Blood to the ConnectHER Film Festival with only two months of writing and filming, consisted of Anahita Seraji, Aakanksha Sahu, Param Tahilramani, Nixita Taneja, Shriya Chamarty, Ziyaan Virji, Sidharth Grover, Maria Gimenez, Amanda Blake, Jin Lee and Isha Sacheti.
I’m an incoming first-year and I want to make the most out of my university experience and do as many things as possible, but I also don't want to accidentally sign myself up for too much.
Not being too close with your roommate may make you feel like you can’t help her at all, but it’s important to show and offer your support.
Like you, I hated living in my city in Alberta, was moving onto campus soon and of course, felt guilty about leaving my family (and friends) at home.
Diversity Reads’ most recent episode discusses Bernadine Evaristo’s 2019 novel, Girl, Woman, Other. The book follows twelve characters, most of whom are Black British women.
If Ask Iman only does one thing, I want it to show you that you’re not alone.
Being perpetually afraid of missing out, in addition to being isolated from everything and everyone, allowed me to explore university from the safety of my childhood bedroom.
UBC’s COVID-19 rapid screening test pilot program has expanded to include athletes, select students who live in upper-year residence and other groups as encouraged by public health — including fraternity members.