The art of note taking has been around since the dawn of time and students of today couldn’t be more familiar with it. Note taking has so easily transformed from blue ink stains,to the droning clicking of keyboards.
Selling new/gently used clothing is one of the easiest and quickest ways to make money. Campus life makes it even easier than before, so you don’t have to lug your clothes in garbage bags to a consignment store.
Tucked away at the end of the Endowment lands is UBC’s best kept secrets: The Botanical Gardens. It currently houses some of the world’s most comprehensive collections of plant life and has an international presence.
Your social life as a student is one of your number one priorities, so we’ve brought you a bunch of social apps that will give your online persona an ego boost and make it impossible for you to pay attention in class.
Some profs will also require you to have the exact same pagination as them, meaning it’s probably some obscure copy that was only produced five years ago. Find what books work for you and what won’t. Happy studying!
Students from all faculties struggle with this dilemma every year as important 100-level classes as well as higher-level pre-requisite classes fill up far quicker than the number of students that need to enrol can get a spot.
UBC students have united on Facebook to bring you “UBC Free Food.” This is a real-time feed where you can get your on-campus snack fix when you can’t hear yourself think over your growling stomach. Let the feast begin!
Lake Louise was the Disneyland of lakes, complete with its very own castle. I had gotten a sneak peek the night before right as the sun was setting, but by the next morning, it felt like I was stepping through the streets of Downtown Disney.
One UBC student decided to offer their services as a driver for $25 per hour to not only help you catch all the Pokémon your heart could desire, but also to help raise money for the BC Cancer Foundation.