On r/UBC, one computer engineering student wrote “[W]e neither confirm nor deny any connection to any such missing “E”s.” Other posters joked that this means Sauder students are now going to steal/buy/“acquire” the beloved engineering Cairn in revenge.
Join these clubs as a media expert or as someone who wants to create open lines of communication within specialized areas.
After a much needed but short break we’re already back at school. If you didn’t find time to squeeze in some winter activities between visiting family and catching up on sleep and Netflix then here are some things to do this January before the assignments start piling up.
The goal of the event is to demonstrate that the Pacific Northwest is more than just a training ground for developers, but a place where tech can prosper — and that’s hard to dispute, since nwHacks is the largest event of its kind in western Canada.
UBC is known to attract a large population of international students, but sometimes we forget that our community is made up of several exchange students too.
Featuring an all-female line up, the show will be dedicated to celebrating the talented voices of Northwest Coast Indigenous women.
Engineers sure do love their chants. The most important of them being about drinking 40 beers and drinking rum. It doesn’t take long to learn the chants since they’re repeated every three goddamn minutes.
The reception to the club has been very positive so far, with many of the group members attesting to the amount of excitement that new recruits show when they discover the club.
Movember is an international annual campaign that focuses on supporting and raising awareness for mens' health.
If you scope around UBC’s Earth Science Building, you can find a plaque that acknowledges those who have donated large amounts of funds to UBC Science over the years. And in the section listing those who donated between $25,000 and $99,999 dollars, there’s a particularly interesting name on there.
Despite the fact that it is frankly a terrible idea that will definitely end up in heartbreak and regret, here are four ways to prepare yourself for the inevitable.
Four different types of loaves are available for a minimum donation of $12. So, do some good this holiday season, and get something good in return through this initiative.
UBC has a variety of clubs that take places in the outdoors with all different kinds of activities that range from hiking to balancing on a slackline up in the air.
Earlier this afternoon Santa Ono shared a video on his Facebook page, asking students to come to the Nest on Monday, November 27 for a special surprise.
That snow you thought was just a caffeine induced hallucination was real and no matter which form of precipitation choses to stick around, it’s time to find ways to keep things cheery.
These shows are the right way to go for you. You get the background noise, some mindless distractions, all from the comfort of sitting at your own desk and studying.
I was going to go to my professor’s office hours to instigate an academic dialogue that would fully enrich my understanding of the course material.
Luckily, a number of clubs on campus lets us interact and appreciate our interests, without needing to be committed.
But did you know there’s another, more beneficial way to write a term paper? Its called “writing it the night before” and here are four reasons why you should write all papers in a caffeinated haze at 3 a.m.