I’m not part of the group tight-roping at The Chief every month. I’m not the girl who worked on finding two planets that NASA couldn’t. I’m not the guy who ran as a joke candidate but ended up AMS president.
“[Our] discussions originally when it was launched were the concerns about the use of the word ‘rave’ attached to the word yoga and how would we promote a health event that was healthy and avoided substance abuse. But as the development of program co
Whether it’s assistance for your mental well-being, the need to contribute to the campus’s diverse community, or just the peace of mind in getting home safe, there are a number of personal support resources available to students here at UBC.
24 of the original 29 varsity teams retained their status, while five teams were reclassified as competitive clubs. The softball team appealed and sued the university and regained their status , but for the other teams, their future was less certain.
When it comes to new technology, there’s a broad assumption that most youth are masters of computers and the internet. But according to Ron Darvin, a PhD student in the faculty of education, that may be a costly assumption.
On Monday, November 21, Mohamed Fahmy – the now famous reporter falsely imprisoned for nearly two years in Egypt on terrorism allegations– held a talk at the Fredric Wood Theatre to promote his new book, The Marriott Cell.
Hearthstone somehow isn’t an actual physical card game. Then again, instead of being a Thunderbird and making coach Butenschon proud, I’m still playing NHL games on my PlayStation, so who am I to judge?
UBC mechanical engineering professor Dr. Yusuf Altintas, along with his team, are here to make sure your coffeemaker doesn't overflow your mug and make sure your airplane doesn't fall out of midair. He's received global recognition for his work.
The film has multiple layers in how it presents the events that occurred that day. It’s narrated by the personal accounts of various victims, journalists, police officers and spectators who were affected or played a key role during the killings.
The basic premise is that one of the best agents in Canada’s national defense? unit, Frank Johnson, has gone missing-in-action during a mission to stop a vampire geneticist, Van Cleave, from making zombies more invincible than they actually are.
When looking at their history, it’s easy to see why the rivalry between both schools exists. According to Carman Lam, co-founder of UBC eSports, both teams have always found themselves against each other in the annual University League of Legends (UL
Manchester By The Sea is not just a movie that can be described as one of the best new films of 2016. It is also one that can be quickly summarized with just one word upon seeing it for the first time — human.
"Uber has been running an aggressive and prolonged public lobbying campaign urging the provincial government and the City of Vancouver to allow them to operate. They have significant resources and it shows."
Blood, Sweat and Beers is a collection of different pieces written by students that had taken creative writing courses this year. Although the stories span different genres and tones, none of them share any thematic connection to each other.
Wait, there was also this one friend of mine who said she was going that didn’t reply back to my messages? Those savages. All that said, here is my final event review of the year: Block Party 2016, from the eyes of a man irrationally scorned.