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.
With the closing of FlipSide there is a beefy, deep fried hole in our hearts. Any place would do, just somewhere where I can get cheap fast-food fare. Sometimes a baked falafel wrap doesn’t cut it.
For the first time in months water that isn’t rain ran down my face. As I stood smiling and staring into the sun, I revelled in its warmth. Forty seconds later, the clouds swallowed it up again, erasing every trace of the great warm orb.
The goal of the event is to demonstrate that the Pacific Northwest is more than just a training ground for developers, but a place where tech can prosper — and that’s hard to dispute, since nwHacks is the largest event of its kind in western Canada.
Watch as your friends sip beer and down shots, simultaneously relaxing and forgetting the stress of the coming semester. With a blood-alcohol level of 0, you can have a clear head, allowing you to remember that you should be doing readings, you have a quiz next week already and another exam season is on the horizon. Never mind.
I looked at the charred remains of the book long after the flames went out. After what seemed like hours, an unabashedly naked man yelled from across the beach that he’s been watching me for a while and was wondering if I was okay.
Have you ever gazed at Buchanan tower in the mist and wondered what evils it concealed, or felt the prickle of the paranormal when receiving your grades? If so, UBC Goth knows how you feel and wraps those feelings in an existential, slightly throbbing bow.
Engineers sure do love their chants. The most important of them being about drinking 40 beers and drinking rum. It doesn’t take long to learn the chants since they’re repeated every three goddamn minutes.