One of TV’s most popular game shows added a bit of UBC flair when it aired on July 17. Jeopardy! played host to Jennifer Abel, a second-year masters of library and information studies student at the UBC iSchool.
A counter-demonstration entitled “Rally in Support of Trans Rights!” brought a group of students, faculty, staff and community members together at the Martha Piper Fountain.
The West Mall space was created in response to multiple requests from students for more prayer spaces on the west side of campus. Students who spoke with The Ubyssey welcomed the additional space.
The temporary prayer space will be open from 5 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. in West Mall Swing Space following requests from students for additional prayer areas on campus during the exam season.
"Over last month thousands of students have been buying textbooks for their classes from the UBC Bookstore and many, if not most, will leave with an item they did not pay for, will only use once and will throw away almost immediately, a plastic bag."
Our number one tip for keeping dry this winter is so sweet and simple you’ll wish you thought of it yourself: don’t go outside.
There are lots to do so here are our recommendations for spring activities in and around campus.
Stories such as, hookup culture on college campuses, the links between food stamps and academic performance, or even how we classify terrorist acts based on religion are talked about regularly.
Held on September 30 and October 1 this year, Jericho Beach was bustling with students, staff and faculty stroking to success.
This year the faculty of applied sciences is hoping to share the perspective of first year female engineers at UBC through their YouTube channel, Engineering Stories. They are looking for two female or non-binary engineering students to participate.
This is the 10th year Block Party is being thrown and it's going to be just as big and awesome. Six thousand people are going to attend this year’s party and it’s going to be great. Too bad it’s sold out.
On Monday afternoon Julien Hart campaigned for the VP Administration position by teaching students how to ride a Unicycle. He set up outside the UBC Bookstore, along the edge of the fountain, played some music and gave out some Yerba Mates.
"Sam Du Bois, culture editor at The Ubyssey, has shamed the nature of reviews at his newspaper. He has attacked the quesadilla at the Soup Market on unfounded grounds based on the price and taste of the quesadilla in question."