I’ve got some outstanding debts with people you don’t want to know, let alone owe, so there’s a bit of a time crunch for you guys to elect me.
Tomorrow at noon is the Calendar’s Campus Wide Snowball fight 4.0, where you can chuck snow at all your friends and miss your 12 p.m. class.
Over the weekend, The Ubyssey put on the eighty-second iteration of the largest annual national student journalism conference, NASH82.
Luckily, the snow hasn’t stuck too much yet, but there’s more to potentially come in our future. Here’s how to survive the, like, centimeter of snow we might get.
I recoiled and — looking around me — carefully placed the container in the compost bin. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw one of UBC’s sustainability enforcers whisper something into his lapel.
“I thought it was a little weird that drivers were just chillin’ in hoodies instead of their uniforms,” said McCormick. “I figured it was just casual Friday — but, like, every day.”
They call him the… the Bell Man. At 10 p.m. every night in Koerner he comes, ringing his demonic bell, and when he catches you, he–” The student’s voice broke off in a sob.
It is crucial to know your route and stick to it. I didn’t even bring a map. Google Maps can go on strike too, it is best to not rely on anyone.
They’re probably too lazy to be even bothered by food to be honest.
One evening, as I made the journey from the library home, I considered that perhaps beneath the leaves lay the perfect study pot. Quiet, airy and damp, it is difficult to distinguish a pile of leaves from a corner of IKB.
There are giant glossy letters outside that read “SPQR Point” along with a smattering of twee chairs that indicate a major departure from The Nest’s typical decoration of glossy signage and slightly less twee chairs.
Take the tool and grasp the handle. Take a deep breath, raise the bat and think about all the stress you’ve endured so far this semester.
Maybe you’re a first-year student who’s starting to realize that this newfound freedom has led to you discovering your eternal love for different kinds of unhealthy food — especially pizza — and now those nice pants you got when shopping for college feel a tad tight.
Is your Little Black Dress just little because your mom bought it for you when you were 15 and that was the last time you went shopping?
There are a ton of faculties and schools at UBC, and I have a lot of opinions about them based on my knowledge of them and first impressions.
You read that right, we now have a TikTok account. I know, I know, it's basic and obvious trend-chasing; but when has that ever hurt anybody?
Here’s what I know about November. It comes after October. It’s the 11th month of the calendar year. It’s the third month of term. And that’s about it.
The year 2019 comes with fresher news than just another transit delay, as Ono secures #40 on the Vancouver Magazine’s 2019 Power 50 List.
I talked with, by my estimate, around 40 people. Only three went to UBC and only four had actually been to the event before.
Many years down the line, people will ask about your tattoo and you can tell them stories of your time at UBC.
Now’s the time that a pint of ice cream or a family-sized bag of Tostitos would go down faster than the SSC when grades come out. While this option is valid, please consider: don’t.
The UBC archivists advised me that the beans of the western catalpa are “not edible” and also “not beans.” “Not edible as in will kill me?” I said. “Well they’re not poisonous but you shouldn’t-” and I didn't catch what they said as I had heard all that I needed and was gleefully thinking of how to prepare something with these long beans.