If your days are feeling empty and unstructured, read on for some ideas for things to do that might make you feel better. We’re not mental health professionals, but these are some activities that we have found helpful!
Starting on the morning of January 28, 25 youth demonstrators from the activist groups UBCC350, Our Time Vancouver and the UBC Social Justice Centre occupied the BC Attorney General and Point Grey MLA David Eby's Kitsilano office.
Aussie fivesome The Paper Kites capped off Vancouver’s Westward Music Festival this weekend, playing a sold-out show at the Vogue Theatre on September 15. Shrouded in warm jewel tones and single spotlights, their set was both serene and surreal.
The "Old Town Road" rapper will be replaced by Lil Mosey and YBN Nahmir. The lineup still includes A$AP Ferg, What So No, Murda Beatz, Boslen and MGH.
Music Waste, a local DIY music festival, does something few other musical festivals do: promote a forward-thinking policy regarding instances of sexual assault, a pressing issue for gigs and festivals.
City of Dreamers, Joseph Hillel’s newest film, arrived at Vancouver’s DOXA Documentary Film Festival. The documentary tells the story of four prolific women architects in Canada as they reflect on their careers within the context of the male-dominated industry.
Keep an eye out for these good bois through your teary eyes when crawling to and from the library this month.
UBC School of Music alumnus Victoria Gibson wants to change the lack of diversity through her audio engineering workshops, hand-crafted to prioritize women, trans and gender non-conforming people.
The band members have played together in many different capacities, from community bands to high school jam sessions.
Whatever they decide to bring to the stage on Saturday, the crowd can expect a mixed bag of songs and a first-class show.
Don’t fancy heading all the way downtown to get your live music fix? Lucky for you, UBC hosts a few regular gig nights of its own, with a wide variety of musicians from campus and beyond.