I didn’t catcall women, brag about sexual conquests or demean people with names. So how could I be affected by toxic masculinity?
I know what you're probably thinking, “Did I really just read that right? The term-two exam schedule is out?” Well, I don't know what to say other than that you better check your SSC and find out.
Being on the board means the chance to make a massive difference in The Ubyssey's community and understand the full scale of what a student paper of our size does every day.
The official website for the Urban Studies program here at UBC may be a welcome piece of nostalgia for older internet-goers but for most of us it is a horrific, dated eyesore that evokes the ear-piercing sound of a dial-up connection.
I’m sitting in Rare Books and Special Collections (RBSC), in the basement of Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, and I hold in my hands a piece of literary history. I’m holding the second draft manuscript of a novel called Under The Volcano by English writer Malcolm Lowry.
There are giant glossy letters outside that read “SPQR Point” along with a smattering of twee chairs that indicate a major departure from The Nest’s typical decoration of glossy signage and slightly less twee chairs.
You read that right, we now have a TikTok account. I know, I know, it's basic and obvious trend-chasing; but when has that ever hurt anybody?
If you'll accept a little napkin math, the average apple weighs about a third of a pound. So, if you multiply 3,500 by 3, we're looking at a rough Ubyssey estimate of 10,500 individual apples up for grabs.
As of this afternoon, you can log into your SSC and see how brutal or forgiving your schedule will be.
As a cis-man in the modern era, I am in the constant need for confirmation in my feeling of masculinity. Sometimes if the weather is a bit off, maybe I didn’t have a big enough breakfast, I’ll become devoid of masculine feelings.
Bolsen, Murda Beatz and What So Not will be preforming as well. Other performers playing at the event will be MGH!
The days of an unbridled childhood summers are gone. But, it’s not all for nothing because if you do this job really good, you might be able to get another job you hate next summer, ruining your summer again.
In his newly released album, Son of Smiley, comedian Ed Hill joyfully provides the audience insight into his life as a Taiwanese-Canadian and the tense, but absurd, relationship with his father with hilarious tact, but does not avoid the classic pitfalls of over-wrought joke structure and concepts.
If you’ve ever walked down Main Mall and had the completely understandable thought of “this campus has a major lack of farm animals,” you’d be wrong. Matter of fact, the UBC Farm is home to one of the mainstays of animal husbandry: 100 clucking chickens.
The Ubyssey will be holding our annual general meeting next Friday and you're invited!