After a 4-1 loss to Vancouver United FC, the Vancouver Thunderbirds soccer club bounced back with a dominant performance, blanking FC Tigers Vancouver 6-0.
A group of 40 graduates will be the first group of students to take part in UBC's new program, the Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs.
The Conservatives recently released an attack ad targeting Justin Trudeau that includes a series of ISIS propaganda photos of hostages before executions.
Whitecaps FC2 returned to Thunderbird Stadium July 4 and recorded their first ever win against Cascadia rivals, Seattle Sounders 2.
In the second game of a three-game homestand, Whitecaps FC2 defeated rivals Portland Timbers 2 at Thunderbird Stadium to win their third straight Cascadia derby match.
Human Early Development Partnership (HELP) grew out of a grant from the province of BC and has since been monitoring child development.
With both the Whitecaps first and second teams playing in Portland over the weekend, faithful fans travelled down in numbers to provide away support.
After spending 14 of the last 16 years within the UBC Athletics organization, Tyler Kuntz is moving on to serve as assistant coach for the Vancouver Giants.
UBC has hired Adam Shell as hockey’s new bench boss. Shell was brought in to replace Tyler Kuntz, who left the team abruptly last month for the Giants.
The Thunderbirds men’s soccer team concluded their preseason with a match against cross-town rivals SFU, winning 1-0 in front of an impressive crowd.
After finishing the preseason undefeated, the UBC men’s soccer team kicked off their regular season at home against the University of Victoria Vikes.
The UBC men’s hockey team took to the ice against SFU for their annual preseason matchup. History repeated itself as the T-Birds won by a 6-0 landslide.
The 2015 men’s soccer season is underway and head coach Mike Mosher is looking to bring UBC its 14th national championship.
The men’s hockey season premiere is just around the corner and coach Adam Shell is hoping the new recruits will help bring UBC deep into the playoffs.
After a successful road trip that saw the Thunderbirds men’s soccer team pick up wins against the Fraser Valley Cascades and the Trinity Western Spartans, Mike Mosher’s squad returned to UBC to take on the Thompson Rivers University Wolfpack at Wolfson Field. The ‘Birds gave up few chances and managed to record their second consecutive clean sheet in a 2-0 win.