All of human knowledge has only inched up to understanding four per cent of everything, so knowing 30 per cent of differential calculus isn’t too shabby.
Throughout my time at UBC, I have developed some quick, easy and healthy recipes that will help you conquer many of the wild curveballs UBC may throw you.
Choosing how to celebrate spooky, scary skeleton season can send shivers down one’s spine. Here are five of the best, compass card-accessible haunted attractions that will shock your soul and seal your doom tonight.
While biking the Seawall, hiking Grouse Mountain or walking the trails in Pacific Spirit Park are all must-dos, here are some other fun fitness events to get you moving this June.
Screams, cries and laughter get drowned out by the loudest rendition of “O Canada” I’ve ever been a part of. Because right now, for the first time in history, a Canadian team has just won the NBA Championship.
If your Instagram feed right now is purely hiking pics and yoga on the beach, you know that we have reached peak summer in Vancouver. Post your own fitness pics and contribute to the deluge with these awesome outdoor events this July.
August is here, which means one last month of fun, freedom and fabulous weather (RIP). But don’t fret, there are still plenty of chances to get outside and get moving before we take the 99 back to the old (town) Allison Road.
Before midterms and midnight deadlines have us all in mid-degree crises, get outside and explore our city with these awesome fitness events this month.
That being said, why not incorporate a community beach clean-up into your next jog with “plogging” — a mash-up of light-jogging and picking up litter.
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!