I speak for the editorial board when I say we’ve enjoyed reading every piece immensely, and though we didn’t have room to print every submission we received, rest assured yours has impacted us, challenged us and made us think.
We feel that financial spending is an important indicator of the trustworthiness and actions of an institution, and as a society in charge of about $20 million in student fees this year alone, the AMS has a big responsibility.
We were just served notice that UBC is appealing the court case we've been fighting them on for the past three years. The one where the BC Office of Information and Privacy (OIPC) struck them down. And then they sued the OIPC. And then we won again.
It's great that UBC is trying to build more fitness spaces for students, faculty and staff, but if they are really serious about it, they should stop screwing around with gimmicks like lazy rivers and giant heated bathtubs.
We take a quick look at the teams that have ended their season so far. Women’s field hockey was on fire yet again this season; in regular season, they had a 6-0-2, where both ties came in their first two games of the year. From there, the girls didn’
Every year, more students fall through the cracks or find that they are not able to meet their academic requirements. This isn't the generational failing of millennials asking for more time off to procrastinate on homework.
The AMS was considering implementing a rolling cart that would travel around the Nest in response to long lines at Uppercase. Anything that brings coffee closer to our faces without us needing to actually walk somewhere is okay by us.
The AMS is hosting their annual AGM on Monday, October 31. To help get you through it, play along with this special bingo card. The card was originally made by our friends at The Varsity at the University of Toronto.
Maybe it was the promise of a free Arc'teryx Atom jacket or maybe it was just a natural need to brag about how dope your summer hikes were, but we received a grand total of 67 posts —and we loved every single one of them.
Every year there are new and exciting things to do here at UBC. We've compiled a list of some of our favourites. If you do manage to complete every item on this list, please let us know how you survived.
Yes, the washrooms in the Nest are new and pretty — like they're straight out of Pulp Fiction, but with much less cocaine. However, the sinks only seem to mysteriously turn on when you're using the toilet and no one else is around.
While Narcity prides itself on its ability to advertise to millennials, they’ve slid down the line of decency — something epitomized in a recent article titled “20 of the Hottest UBC Girls on Instagram.”
While the campus's population may have decreased by a few thousand, UBC managed to remain busy over the summer! From the Olympics to the drafting of a new sexual assault policy, here's a recap of what students — old and new — may have missed.
While we warmly welcomes our new 15th president to UBC, there are some things that definitely need to change around here. The Ubyssey has kindly taken the time to create a to-do list in an attempt to point Ono in the right direction.
1. Find The Ubyssey’s office 2. Beat an editor at Smash Bros. in The Ubyssey’s office 3. Write for The Ubyssey. 4. Name a squirrel 5. Fight a squirrel 6. Take a nap at the UBC Aquatic Centre 7. Swim in the fountain 8. Piss in the fountain