And by now, we’re all used to the idea of brownies, cookies and chocolates with THC in them, so why not try some other probably bad ideas while we’re at it?
Maybe it’s your first time trying it, and you’d like to know how to have a great experience or maybe you’re a long-time cannabis connoisseur. Either way, here are some suggestions for great media experiences while you’re legally high. And I promise, no Seth Rogen.
Remember to keep warm, bring your swimsuit and towels and release your end-of-semester stress into the endless abyss. The icy ocean at everyone’s favourite clothing-optional beach awaits you.
When you get to class and take out your notes or your laptop that aren’t dripping and destroyed by the water, everybody will notice and acknowledge you as powerful.
For a lot of people, this dreary weather makes it a bit harder to get through the day. Here are some tips for getting through it.
Have you ever associated a colour with a number? Look up why. Figure out that maybe you have synaesthesia. Look up what synaesthesia is. Go down a Wikipedia hole of famous synaesthetes. Now you’re an expert on it. How fun is that?
Whether or not you consider yourself politically correct, Halloween is a lot easier when we’re not being disrespectful.
Don’t try to do your studying here unless you thrive in the most noisy atmosphere imaginable while people bump into you.
I’m just saying that maybe having all your notes tattooed on your arms forever will help you remember it in time for your midterm and beyond.
Colin Moore, director of UBC Food Services, says that bottled water is “kind of a necessary evil.”
There have been some special student hotspots close to UBC which have since disappeared or ceased catering to us in the way they once did. Let’s pour one out for the most notable places we’ve mourned the loss of in the recent past.
Believe it or not, there a few other places on campus to get coffee.
The theme of this first rendition of the festival is “True Crime, True Justice,” where the popular true crime genre of podcasts will be looked at through the social justice approach.
UBC Pride will include a public disco, a beer garden, drag and dress-up, a pop-up Queer library, slam poetry, a sparkle station, food trucks and a variety of other activities.