The song made me remember how much my friends mean to me, especially now that we aren’t allowed to see each other.
Ubyssey staff and editors, who have pretty good taste in music, have suggested their favourite study songs that get them in the mood — to study ;).
There was a method to our madness, we picked songs by queer artists from across the world and we picked songs that we thought reflected the queer experience.
Who should you vote for?
All you need to do is print off this card and start ticking things off as they happen. The first person to get a line – diagonal, across or down – WINS!
With less than five months left, here’s where your elected representatives stand on accomplishing their goals.
While we highly encourage every UBC student to voraciously consume our coverage of debates, candidate profiles and fact-checking, we know that it’s hard to find the time. So here you have it: a brutally honest run-down on what each person could offer you as a student and who you might choose to vote for, based on your personal priorities.
The AMS Great Debate is being held on Thursday, March 1 in the lower atrium of the Nest where every candidate from every race will be in attendance to answer all of your burning questions.
This year, The Ubyssey was nominated for seven John H. MacDonald awards, which celebrate excellent Canadian student journalism, and won threre
In November 2015, Jenna Omassi, the then-AMS VP academic and university affairs predicted that we would have a fall reading break by now.
Last by-election’s voter turnout in 2013 was an abysmal 3.8 per cent, or 1,821 people. If voter turnout is similarly low this time around, the result could be swayed by very few students. No matter who you’re voting for, your vote matters.
Our theory is that the hand sensors were purposely ineffective and their real function was instead a fingerprint scanner created by the government, but we digress. Let us wash our hands (heh) of the old, and shower ourselves in the new (heh heh).
The polls in this election are extremely close. Of course, that varies riding-by-riding, but don't fool yourself into thinking your vote doesn't count. Strange things can happen in provincial politics.
In a post on his Vancouver Sun staff blog earlier today, Todd penned a perfect addition to our spoof issue from the perspective of an old, ornery white man in a comfortable position of privilege who is upset at Breitbarf for making fun of white men.
There was so much content from this year's review issue that not all of it made it into our print issue. With that in mind, here’s our online-only list of the best and most popular long-form pieces that we’ve published this year.