Two weeks, several hundred films, thousands of audience members and the best of Canadian and international cinematography – this is the Vancouver International Film Festival.
Week one of the Vancouver International Film Festival has begun strongly, with red carpet events, award-winning films and great movies.
UBC students were given a healthy dose of laughter and reality in the Chan Centre on September 28 as Laci Green, content creator for the internet’s most-watched sex education show came to share her tips for how the have the Best Sex Ever.
With the emoji campaign, UBC is positioning itself clearly on the positive end of the sexual assault awareness spectrum, portraying consent in a playful and lighthearted manner -- but doing so while watching out for potential pitfalls. Still, not everyone is satisfied.
"I’m always thinking of ways to sort of shake up how people see comics and where they see them..."
UBC’s radio station CiTR is central to campus music and cultural life, and to kick the new year off they are back with Live @ Lunch.
Blackbird, Fly is a duet featuring Marc Mamuthi Joseph, internationally claimed spoken-word poet and Daniel Bernard Roumain, violinist and composer.
Modni is derived from the Korean term meaning “one who has everything,” or “everyone.”
Tickets for the annual AMS Welcome Back BBQ, now in its 31st year, have gone on sale.
Fringe festivals are the theatre-lover’s mecca. featuring more than 700 performances over 11 days, this year Vancouver Fringe begins on September 10
Uber is reliable, inexpensive and the future of private transportation.
The Belonging Project, brainchild of philosophy student Zakir Jamal Suleman, wants to introduce Vancouverites to their neighbours.
Blackbird is a production based on a true story exploring the relationship of a Una and Ray, 15 years after their emotional and sexual relationship when she was just 12 and he was 40.
The BMO Vancouver Marathon took place on May 3, and over 4,000 eager and willing Vancouverites were behind the successful operation.
“We set ourselves the task that five or six of the artists included in the collection at MOA had to be original, had never shown their art in public before”