This is what a good part of my First Year looked like: staring at a computer screen most nights, sitting alone in my room talking to someone who isn’t even there, lots of crying, lots of fighting. It’s not a pretty picture and, unfortunately, I was the only one to blame for that.
Graduation is just around the corner! If you’re a graduating student from any faculty or degree, congratulations! If you have friends or family who are graduating this year, I’m sure you’ll want to attend the ceremony.
The opening night was full of people who crowded around the chairs and podium to listen to what Shelton and the exhibit curator, Nuno Porto, had to say. Prior to the opening words all of the guest's voices were a babble of excitement.
Need something to do on Valentine’s Day, either alone or with a date? Going downtown can be expensive and who are we kidding — we're students. Here are some of the upcoming Valentine’s Day events happening on campus this week.
Since their founding, the non-AMS funded and unofficial UBC Free Speech Club has, while masquerading as a bastion of elevated dialogue, functioned as an echo chamber for controversy-seeking young conservatives.
The centre describes itself as a place to support the women of UBC, providing resources such as brochures, safer sex products, pregnancy tests, menstrual products, a library of feminist literature and more.
The entire album is a great mix of traditional music with a rock and roll twist. Nearly every song is a journey to listen to, with a classical build-up into epic guitar slams, lots of bass and heavy drums.