It is easy to get complacent in this section. Enough stories come my way that I could easily stick to reviews, previews and interviews concerning campus goings-on and do a well-enough job at it to end the day satisfactorily.
In case the freezing cold, the sidewalks so slippery that you take your life into your hands walking to get coffee and the general start of the semester have got you feeling a bit shitty, the AMS are bringing us Frost Fest 2017.
2016 has been bad. I have never looked to the end of the year with more excitement, and looked back on what happened with more exhaustion and cynicism. Every month felt like a knockout punch and every time we got up, the next one swiftly followed.
We were invited to the media premiere — an event on November 24 which ran from 5 to 10 p.m. Foolishly thinking that we had time to kill, a bunch of us decided that a trip to Tap and Barrel to get beer and kill time before heading over.
If Halloween's end left you still longing to dress up in your carefully prepared costume and go out like it's nobody's business, Fan Expo Vancouver might be just what you need. Three days is hardly enough time to see everything on offer.
The performers consist of UBC alumni who collectively began rehearsing for the play some time in January, meeting several times a week to prepare. Amongst those involved in the production are Deb Pickman and Gerald Vanderwoude.
I have returned — summoned back once more to carry out my burdensome mandate of educating the masses of hungry, cultureless despots under the tragic illusion that wine can be consumed with ice and that Michael Bay makes good, innocently fun movies.
Beyond a limit of 30 lines, we have put no other restrictions on your poems. Submit your most wild experiments or traditional sonnets. We will read all of them and keep open minds. Be as creative and fearless as you can be!
The play wastes no time in getting straight into the meat of the plot. Edward II is crowned king and then the somewhat shady character of Gaveston takes the stage for a commanding monologue, dealt with great physicality by Daniel Curalli.
Last Sunday, Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue took to the Chan Centre's Shun Concert Hall stage for a performance that was best encapsulated as “fucking awesome.” The Chan Centre's 2016/2017 season has started with a bang.
Brock Commons has a fire rating — the amount of time a building is supposed to withstand a fire before its structural integrity is compromised — that is about two hours, which is typical for a high-rise building.
The architecture firm behind the Tall Wood building is one whose name might not be instantly recognizable to most campus residents, but Acton Ostry’s presence is one which is nonetheless influential in shaping the environments of UBC’s future.
In order for Brock Commons to succeed, it not only had to set a new bar for wood buildings, but also develop new methods for construction which streamlined the process and reduced the actual time spent on site.
When most students left for the summer break, all that there was to see of the new Brock Commons Phase One, were two elevator shafts rising up next to Gage – ugly and unremarkable.When most students left for the summer break, all th
This Sunday at 7 p.m., the Chan Centre will play host to an artist whose talent and style consistently defies genre and convention. Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue are neither jazz nor pop, rap nor hip hop, but rather everything in between.