On Saturday, March 23 from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m., the Pacific Spirit Park Society is hosting Night Quest.
Whether you're storming the wall yourself, or happily watching from afar, UBC Rec’s Storm the Wall is one tradition you can't miss.
Described by the association as its “most awaited event of the year,” it has planned a celebration that won’t disappoint.
The Ubyssey will be holding our annual general meeting next Friday and you're invited!
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.
He’s been kicking around UBC since 1966, so the age difference is certainly on my mind a lot. But why does that matter? I may just a fountain, but we have a lot in common, and it’s not just the concrete.
“From the Cult” will be churning out great, important content that I’m sure will truly change the hearts and minds of the voting population, make all the candidates block us on all social media, and have people on Reddit and Facebook comments saying that The Ubyssey sucks and is too much like Buzzfeed.
Though this year is a bit different from times gone by, as the voting period will last a raunchy three weeks period — thanks to not wanting to break the law. That’s a lot of time, so we wondered what other things could happen in that same amount of time. Here’s the skinny.
The AMS has announced the five questions it has put forward and the two questions submitted by petition to be voted on by students in this year’s referenda — and you’ll have the final say when voting is open from March 11 to 15.
Volunteers will collect garbage on campus, and later come together to weigh their bags to see who picked up the most in order to win those sweet Block Party tickets.
A petition has surfaced on change.org to rename the fraternity Kappa Sig to Peppa Pig, created by the account Official UBC Memes.
All you need to do is print off this card and start ticking things off as they happen. The first person to get a line – diagonal, across or down – WINS!
With an especially long campaign period — February 25 to March 15 — and a voting period of a week from March 11 to 15, we better start making sense of all this. The deluge of posters and Facebook events is a sensory overload that few people are able to discern.
While the seagulls make for good listeners and crows for excellent background noise, the real crowd-pleasers are the furry four legged visitors.
I say that as if you haven't had it marked in your calendars since August. With a whole 120 unadulterated academia-free hours, what ever will you do?!
The two pancakes I had covered in just enough maple syrup to be wet sat flaccid on my plate. I took my first bite, and they were better than I expected. I remembered that pancakes make me feel sick after a while, but I kept eating.
The snow has brought excitement, cancellation of classes and childish glee to UBC, and what better way to celebrate that than by making all sorts of snowpeople across campus such as this incredible replica of Santa Ono himself.
Whether you've got a Valentine or not, there's no excuse not to kiss some ass this Valentine's Day.
On February 12, UBC shut down its classes for a snow day. Some stayed at home and cozied up watching Netflix. Others hit the slopes or the trails for a wintery hike. Once classes were back on Wednesday, some celebrated with the snow ball fight on campus. Whatever it was, our photographers captured some of the chilly memories.
Buy your tickets home and get that summer job lined up, because the end of the academic year just got a little more clear.
If the rain doesn’t wash the snow away then the fight is on February 13 at 12 p.m. on either sides on Main Mall between the Sauder and Chemistry buildings.