Dave Greenfield, owner of street wear label Nomad Collective, has set up shop in the SUB, in the Outpost's former location.
Brett Gilley is turning the ideal of innovative and dedicated professors and students who look forward to finals week into reality at UBC.
The EOAS building complex has a tornado machine, a green screen 'do-it-yourself' meteorological broadcast station and a giant, interactive, animated globe.
As a musician, instructor and leader, Arts Dean Gage Averill is the embodiment of the faculty that he oversees.
Currently a grade 12 student at Lord Byng Secondary, Tyler Han is making his presence felt in the lecture halls of UBC.
Computer science student Peter Deltchev is an integral member of Canadian brony fandom, and attributes many of the successes in his life to his involvement.
Speakeasy is the AMS’ most storied student service, and Kyra Borland-Walker is currently at the helm of the ship.
For Al-Hassan Al Shaibani, receiving his degree will signify the end of both five years of academics and intense involvement with the campus community.
Barring any new setbacks, the new SUB, formally named the AMS Student Nest, will be opening before summer is upon us.
Daria Danylchuk established UBC's University Transition Program, which brings gifted youth to UBC each year.
I used to enjoy the surprise, delight and envy on others’ faces upon discovering my age, but now it's like beating a dead horse. After years of living as a member of this statistical minority, I’ve become completely desensitized to their reactions.
“As an independent artist, there are so many skills that [the BFA] doesn’t teach you. What I learned [during my BFA] was film studies, theoretical studying of film, and not applied knowledge, which it should be in my opinion.”
Tamar Simon is a fairy queen. That’s not because she stands 3 ft tall — she doesn’t — but because of her royal stage presence and transcendent voice. But while her flame burns brightly as ever, Simon is worried about the future of opera in general.
"Canadian sororities and fraternities are quite different than the ones in the States, so people coming to UBC don’t even know that sororities are a thing – they just think it’s a States thing and a party thing," she said.
Perrin has established himself as one of Allard Hall’s most industrious professors, publishing several books on criminal law and completing other projects, such as a report card on the Canadian ‘justice deficit.’