This Thursday and Friday, Democrats Abroad will be boothing in The Nest from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. , in order to walk American students through the process of registering to vote.
Here’s what you need to know about the latest disease to make a completely avoidable 2018 comeback.
You can try scrolling down to when the page was first created in the hope of finding something different, but you are only going to be disappointed.
Sure, screaming on University Blvd might entice some concerned passers-by, but even then, they'll probably stay just long enough to determine if you are okay before speed walking away.
According to the UBC Bookstore, all U-Pass machines are down this morning.
When you see the acronym "UBC", one thing probably comes to mind. But there's a whole world of UBCs out there -- most of which have nothing to do with our school.
A page on UBC's website features a regularly updated map with construction locations and date ranges.
UBC's favourite bus loop traffic controller and one of our biggest celebrities -- Adnan Sayani -- is back on campus.
On January 13, UBC president Arvind Gupta was questioned on his reasoning behind the proposed and enacted student fee hikes by an I Am A Student activist.
There's a rumour going around social media that class has been cancelled for today, January 16. It's false.
The UBC Winter Classic is happening this evening, and AMS president Tanner Bokor has raised the stakes.
Teams competing in rec leagues have unrestricted creativity when it comes to naming their teams. Here are The Ubyssey’s top UBC intramural team names.
Ponderosa residents have put up with a lot ever since the building opened, but the events of the past few days may be the icing on the cake.
Today, some hundred-odd students gathered to protest UBC’s proposed 20% increase to housing fees by marching down main mall, staging a sit-in outside the President’s office, and tweeting at Gupta during his "Twitter Town Hall."
To make applicants' lives just a little bit easier, we've compiled some data regarding admissions (such as average GPAs) from UBC's annual enrolment report.
It was a literal Animal House at Kappa Sigma this afternoon.
A UBC study is giving students a chance to engage in two hours of gambling and beer drinking -- and get paid for it.
Following several weeks of downtime, a repair, a frightful incident and yet another 'fix', an elevator in Ponderosa's Arbutus house is out of service again.
AMS Elections candidates will face off against one another in an all-out battle with nerf guns and pillows outside of the SUB today.