As courses have moved online, the lack of accessible information on what financial resources UBC has available for students accompanies technology barriers to online education.
I know what it’s like to be homesick — or, at least, I think so. Problem is, I’m not homesick for any physical place I can remember.
Maybe your partner for the night is just really bad at what they’re doing and you need a distraction, any distraction, so your eyes wander around the room, searching for relief. Either way, we’ve compiled a list of the best posters to read mid coitus.
If you’re an assigned-female-at-birth Trans person, men's deodorant really great for pushing away dysphoria. It’s subtle, but you can catch whiffs of it when you move.
Sure it’s breathtaking when the weather’s nice, but the rainy season also perfectly coincides with the winter term. So 90 per cent of the time, the city is actually a grey blur.
If I were a physics student, I would calculate the force required to crush the beer can; if I were a chemistry student I would test the water for DNA evidence; but as an arts student, my skills lie in pure speculation and filling up word counts.
How does one go about hooking up in first year with dignity? This is an age old question that has been on the minds of students since the invention of universities. Surely, dear reader, it’s on your mind if you are reading this.