As a cis-man in the modern era, I am in the constant need for confirmation in my feeling of masculinity. Sometimes if the weather is a bit off, maybe I didn’t have a big enough breakfast, I’ll become devoid of masculine feelings.
You need your least favourite dark grey hoodie and make sure you keep the hood on and hunch a little. Shove your hands into your pockets as well. You want to look as dignified as possible.
The right kind of music is essential for turning heads and getting people to approach your booth. To get started, I recommend these Five amazing tunes, all of which just so happen to fall under the umbrella of jazz music:
Now that it's the night of the Welcome Back BBQ and excitement is rising, the AMS has announced the godawful merch they’re selling tonight.
I believe we made eye contact on Main Mall/in Mercante/mid-lecture/on the steps in the Nest two seconds/hours/days/weeks/months/years ago. Do you remember?
9:15 p.m.: I think of the faces of SFU students. We’re taught to remove the humanity from them, you know, because we want to destroy them with a laser.
After the four-hour orientation workshop, we allow students and their parents to wander around campus, pointing out fun landmarks like the Ladner clock tower or a building with lots of windows. This is great for students who like to distract their parents from their alcohol consumption that is causing their grades to fall dramatically.
If your Instagram feed right now is purely hiking pics and yoga on the beach, you know that we have reached peak summer in Vancouver. Post your own fitness pics and contribute to the deluge with these awesome outdoor events this July.
While biking the Seawall, hiking Grouse Mountain or walking the trails in Pacific Spirit Park are all must-dos, here are some other fun fitness events to get you moving this June.
Every summer, we’re welcomed by the glorious sun we haven’t seen since September and cursed by the heat and humidity.
UBC will be live streaming all of the graduation ceremonies, so you can watch from the comfort of your own home or office. You can also re-watch the streams for the time being and relive all the memories of people dabbing as they graduate.
This would allow the user to remotely send in iClicker responses and potentially skip lectures and still acquire participation points and/or quiz points.
Those babies rooted and mother nature turned your little “agricultural social experiment” into the best onion yield this campus has seen in ten years!
Keep an eye out for these good bois through your teary eyes when crawling to and from the library this month.
Wow, what a year! Blog has been here giving you the relatable, quick-fire content you crave since September, so sit back and take a look at some of the most popular articles of this year.
A good drunk idea is to run. Race your friends, or just run, from the flagpole near the Rose Garden to the flagpole near Forestry.
While some may consider this a fancy name for walking down to Wreck Beach the long way, the Foreshore Trail in Pacific Spirit Regional Park is just a stone's throw from the heart of UBC’s campus.
Here are some of our best photos of the year!
It’s a marathon, not a sprint. Take it slow, stay hydrated and bring some cash for food if you’re Block Party-bound. Yeah, I sound like your mom, but your mom is probably cooler than you.
If none of these events strike your fancy, maybe it’s best to hit the books.