Have you ever walked down Main Mall and thought “I wonder what all these people and buildings around me would look like if they were given an intro of an anime?” well, you're in luck, because someone else with the exact same strange curiosity has created just that.
For some reason, UBC is getting absolutely demolished by every other institution of higher learning in the country.
The two cars, both made by McLaren, are a yellow Sports Series 2018 570S Spider, costing about $300,000, and a black Super Series 720S Coupe, which typically goes for around $420,000.
The 32 second video features the ever-recognizable theme song by The Scrantones, tasteful drone shots of campus along with notable UBC alumni and professors credited as actors.
The lineup was announced by AMS Events in a video posted to their Facebook page.
The thrill of vandalism can now be accomplished from the safety of your well-constructed study nest
Like most people I’m super comfortable and able to be shirtless in extremely public situations like beaches, pools and Walmarts.
While the problem was fixed Tuesday evening, it definitely casts yet another shadow of doubt onto AMS Elections. We’ve already covered a mistake in the voting website, so what mistake in democracy is next?
The AMS prides itself on its efficient policy and squeaky clean veneer, so how did this happen?
I typically spend the week prior only thinking about the fact that I have a midterm. This usually means every once in a while I say to myself “Oh yeah, I have a midterm on Wednesday,” and that’s it.
As the celebrity elites prepare for the biggest night of the year, us average Joes sit on our couches and watch them schmooze it up on the red carpet. Obviously, the only way for us to deal with the jealousy of this celebration of art, industry and opulence is alcohol.
The first debate of the 2018 AMS elections season is in the books. This one saw the candidates for the Student Legal Fund Society (SLFS), AMS president and UBC Senate square off in a contest that remained mostly respectful, save for a couple flare-ups.
The Pyeongchang Olympic Winter Games opening ceremony is tonight/tomorrow morning at 2:30 a.m., so if you're a keener, wake up and realize that it’s time for you to start caring about bobsledding again.
I found that the best way to lose myself was to wake up, hop on a bus and keep my eyes closed until I felt it was time to get off. Then, feeling my way for the exit, I got off.
Those complicated economic lectures have now turned into colouring 101 — and guess what, you’re somehow still failing because it's Gateman's child teaching the class.