There are a ton of faculties and schools at UBC, and I have a lot of opinions about them based on my knowledge of them and first impressions.
It’s the best way to avoid using plastic bags and show off your interests or style while doing it. That being said, tote bags can say a lot about a person, so here’s my analysis of what each tote bag means.
The only foolproof method is to simply never leave campus.
In the four years I’ve spent here, I’ve come across a lot of places that give me chills or have paranormal vibes. Here are a few of the places I think are haunted.
It has been one hell of an election campaign period — so if you’re looking for a way to watch the results on campus today, here are a few.
The volume of people, the dark aura and the never-ending brutality of it all can get to you. So I decided to see how long I could spend in Buchanans A through E until I felt like I couldn’t take it anymore.
Now that it's the night of the Welcome Back BBQ and excitement is rising, the AMS has announced the godawful merch they’re selling tonight.
Where can you flex the most? Where can you take in the breathtaking views of campus while literally taking your breath away? Where can you do all this while remaining six metres away from doors, windows and air intakes?
The first post features the washroom in the Allard School of Law, noting cleanliness, peace and quiet, nice hand dryers and a slightly out-of-the-way location.
Every summer, we’re welcomed by the glorious sun we haven’t seen since September and cursed by the heat and humidity.
Congress wouldn’t be complete without a special beverage to go along with it.
Even though I’ve never been to Serbia, I’m connected to it through the culture I was raised with. I feel homesick for a place I’ve never been, but I can make it better by enjoying the connections I have to it here.
A good drunk idea is to run. Race your friends, or just run, from the flagpole near the Rose Garden to the flagpole near Forestry.
Martha Piper Plaza is a perfectly rated fountain that deserves our respect (and not vandalism). However, it’s not the only fountain on campus. UBC has a few other fountains that go unnoticed and underappreciated.