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.
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.
Ah, I see you eyeing my Fjallkinsporschel backpack. Do it’s bulging pockets entice you? The rain soaked stains mesmerize you? Would you believe me if I told you everything I own fits into this bag?
Just remember: If he’s excited and movin’, an Ono is proven. If he’s bearded and jolly, it’s Claus oh my golly!
The room was packed with students working away diligently in their notebooks and computers. I saw equations. I saw essays. I saw SparksNotes and a lot of tabs open. I was immediately reminded why I should come here and why I don’t.
Inspire your fellow students! You could make “thanks for coming to my Ted Talk” more than just a meme.
Many students braved the risk of hypothermia and got a sweet, sweet dose of adrenaline. Here’s an account of what happened from the brave souls who took the plunge.
With stress and finals, there’s nothing like a good holiday treat to keep your spirits high. Thankfully, winter break is just around the corner, but you can try out some of these baked goods right now to help get you through these last few weeks.
Even if you’re not up-to-date on all the events going on around campus, there is one thing you must have noticed — the constant construction.
No longer should young, urban couples have to drag themselves to the Yuletide Martha Piper baptismal fountain every year in order to be given gifts under their own personal The Shadows. It’s just not economical!
Remember to keep warm, bring your swimsuit and towels and release your end-of-semester stress into the endless abyss. The icy ocean at everyone’s favourite clothing-optional beach awaits you.
Give those foolish pedestrians a bit of a challenge for once! If your hour is up, you might as well just prop that baby right along Main Mall for everyone to walk around.
If your 2019 New Year's Resolution is to hit the ground running, you will — term 2 of the 2018/19 school year starts on January 2 this year.
Here are a few Christmas flicks we think are worth an evening with loved ones, from Tinder date, to roommates, to to best mates.
If you’re planning on not leaving your bedroom until finals, here are a couple of great Netflix shows to binge-watch all semester long.
When you get to class and take out your notes or your laptop that aren’t dripping and destroyed by the water, everybody will notice and acknowledge you as powerful.
Now I know we’re all broke university students, so here’s a list of actually affordable ideas for those days when you just want to get away from the mess that is your academic life.
Visit on Triple O’s Tuesday to get a sweet deal on a burger, and determine that you have neither the money nor the grades to get into a grad program at any university.