The first T-Birds 5-on-5 of the year is kicking off with five athletes who are new to the Thunderbird scene.
We got in touch with some notable fall athletes in order to get their take on all things spooky for the Halloween edition of the T-Birds 5-on-5!
Get excited because the women’s volleyball team is taking over this edition of the T-Birds 5-on-5! There may be five years between these five teammates, but they are united by their supreme skills on the court as well as their fondness for Justin Bieber.
The T-Birds are leaving behind a glorious series of victories achieved in the month of November, but will soon have a break – after finals are complete, of course. Welcome to the winter edition of the T-Birds 5-on-5.
The beginning of a new term has arrived and we have saved some of UBC's best athletes for 2016. This week’s T-Birds 5-on-5 features five athletes who make a huge impact on athletics by dominating their respective fields, courts, pools and rinks.
Teams from the University of Idaho and the University of Montana attended the event hosted by UBC’s Forestry Undergraduate Society Thunderjacks with the intention of honouring the strong history of lumberjacks and jills here in British Columbia.
We caught up with some athletes pursuing a degree in kinesiology for this edition of the T-Birds 5-on-5. These are the people you see on Imagine Day decked out in bright green and likely are the fittest group of people you will ever meet.
Struggling to cope with the horrors of midterms? Need the scoop on the best study spaces on campus? Looking for St. Patrick’s Day plans? Pull a hamstring? UBC athletes have all the answers you seek plus more in this edition of the T-Birds 5-on-5.
In an edition of 5-on-5 published for Valentine’s Day, one of the athletes participating on behalf of the men’s rowing team mentioned his crush on Olympic athlete and ’Bird Elizabeth Gleadle. As of March, the couple have been together for 11 months.
This edition of the T-Birds 5-on-5 allowed athletes to respond candidly to the hard-hitting issues that all Thunderbirds are talking about – Vanessa Carlton music, CiTR fame, UBC’s birthday and the letter C.
On more than one occasion, squirrels from the surrounding treetops have been making their way into the windows of unsuspecting victims in Place Vanier. It is believed that they are plotting to pilfer all of the sacred exam-time snacks.
With the safety of the racers at stake, water safety teams responded immediately by stopping the race to alert the boat of its intrusion. Incoming boats were expected to remain west of the Cambie Street Bridge or otherwise yield to any non-motorized
Stanley Park is a massive space with so much room for activities. Despite having just one month of summer left, there are several events organized around the world’s best park that demand to be squeezed into your schedule.
The T-Birds are gearing up for a great year in sports now that some fresh faces have made their way through the impossible bookstore lines into UBC’s classrooms. Five rookies are kicking off the semester with some hard truths about their athletic goa
Thou shalt not poo adjacent to an occupied stall. Thou shalt not poo when the minute hand is between 50 and 59. Thou shalt not poo in the Pharmaceutical Sciences building because they already have enough to handle without your mess.