The event is in its third year and in its second in the month of September, an approach that has proven to attract a larger crowd as opposed to the original date that was set in April. Last year’s event attracted just about 100 people and skaters,
The faculties of engineering and medicine are cooperating to form an undergraduate division within a new school specific to biomedical engineering. Students may be entering the school as early as fall 2017.
At first, the game looked to be in UBC’s favor as Elizabeth Theems-Golding ran the ball past Alberta’s defence before getting tackled just before the goal line. However, a botched pass led to an interception and Alberta took the game in the othe
Ideas Lounge is a wine bar and lunch spot nestled away in the courtyard of the Koerner Learning centre on the very northern tip of campus. You can cut through a little path just off the center of the Rose Garden to get there.
UBC Dean of Education Blye Frank hosted his inaugural public lecture Frankly Speaking yesterday evening, focusing on the topic of Mental Health Literacy. Santa Ono participated, placing focus on addressing the stigma surrounding mental health.
It was a great show by the women’s rugby team, who finally got their first win after an overall disappointing season. The T-Birds will finish with a 1-3 record and second to last in the Canada West conference. Let’s hope that the style of play that w
In January 2017, UBC will be partnering with the Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) to launch a program that will help early-stage tech startups gain access to advisors and angel investors that will help them grow.
Going in with a 0-4 record in conference play, the Thunderbird men’s hockey team was betting on taking both of their games against the University of Alberta Golden Bears. They took Friday’s game with a 5-2 win. They fell 9-4 to Alberta on Saturday.
The wins were a bonus for the ’Birds, as they’ve already clinched their 26th Canada West title after beating the University of Victoria Vikes twice two weeks ago. They won the first game 1-0 and scored late in the second to win 2-1 and clinch the tit
The basis of the play follows Esther and Gilles’ transition from living in Montreal to Vancouver. It starts out poking fun at the differences between the two cities such as the fact that it never (ever) stops raining in Vancouver.
The T-Bird women’s volleyball team improved to a 4-0 record in conference play and a 10-2 total record this weekend after beating the University of Winnipeg Wesmen twice — each time in straight sets of 3-0. With ample time to rest and dominating perf
“[I wanted to create an] alternative discourse space for students and scholars to engage in critical discussions about the development of Western capitalism, and the contemporary social and economic issues facing us,” said Gibadullina.
The T-Birds would actually win five out of six relays over the weekend, losing only the men’s 4x100m medley relay to the University of Alberta Golden Bears. Switching back to individual events, the men’s 50m freestyle was dominated by the ’Birds.
While the stands of the 6,500-seat arena never appeared to be sold out, the home crowd made sure that the noise level was never short of ear-piercing as they cheered for Canadian swimmers. The T-Birds were well represented at the championships, with
Christmas season isn’t always the greatest time of year when you’re the Jewish kid. Oh, it isn’t because of the whole presents thing anymore. In case you guys didn’t realize it by now, we get eight days of presents.