The John H. MacDonald Awards are held every year to celebrate student journalism across the country and we were lucky enough to took home five out of thirteen awards we were nominated for.
UBC's underwater hockey club, which has roughly 30 regular players, even has athletes representing their countries at some of the highest echelons of the sport.
Many students braved the risk of hypothermia and got a sweet, sweet dose of adrenaline. Here’s an account of what happened from the brave souls who took the plunge.
A diverse array of local and international leaders in various fields have received honourary degrees from UBC — but the careful deliberation process behind these awards often remains unseen to the public.
No longer should young, urban couples have to drag themselves to the Yuletide Martha Piper baptismal fountain every year in order to be given gifts under their own personal The Shadows. It’s just not economical!
Give those foolish pedestrians a bit of a challenge for once! If your hour is up, you might as well just prop that baby right along Main Mall for everyone to walk around.
She is being honoured not only because of her groundbreaking performance as sexually independent PR agent, but also because of her "informed activism on important social issues associated with gender, sexuality, and identity."
There will even be the opportunity to have a Polaroid taken of you and your equestrian friend to have physical evidence to prove that you, in fact, did see a horse today.
Pop into Room 2314 in the Nest today until 4 p.m. to hang out with some of the cutest rodents known to humans.
Over our 100 years of existence, we've had hundreds of amazing writers, photographers and editors. Lots of these people have gone off and had extremely successful and interesting lives, so we've compiled a list of Ubyssey editors and writers who have gone on to have a huge impact in the world.
Now’s the time to find out whether you'll be spending the better part of December in the soaking-wet, dark winter of Vancouver or if you’re one of the lucky few who will be zipping home on November 30.
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.