But if you’re away from home and won’t have the opportunity to celebrate the festivities with family, there are a couple events around campus that will hopefully help you feel less homesick during this time of the year.
As someone who stomps around campus with RBF (resting bitch face), I know there’s more to me than just a less-than-happy looking face. So, I wanted to investigate who else feels misrepresented, betrayed by their appearance, or simply doesn’t care?
There are two types of people in the world: people who have cried on public transit and liars. We all do it. You put on a song by the Fray, or the Script, and you stare out the window like you are in a mid-2000s music video.
*The Ubyssey wishes to remind everyone that snow with any sign of discolouration is unfit for human consumption.
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.
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.”
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.
It’s the best way to avoid using plastic bags and show off your interests or style while doing it. That being said, tote bags can say a lot about a person, so here’s my analysis of what each tote bag means.
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’s Spooktober here in Raincouver and boy do I got the creeps for you all. Here’s a bunch of events you might want to check off of your bucket list this Halloween.
Spooky season is here friends, but there are some things on campus that are spooky all year long. So, in the spirit of Halloween (pun intended), here are some phenomena that occur on campus without an expiration date that I am absolutely terrified of.
The only foolproof method is to simply never leave campus.
In the four years I’ve spent here, I’ve come across a lot of places that give me chills or have paranormal vibes. Here are a few of the places I think are haunted.
Whether you own a bicycle or use a bike share service such as Mobi, this option is perfect for those who want to get to class fast and stay fit. As a cyclist, feel free to subtly mention in every conversation that you bike to UBC.
Please! I have all the skills of an ethnographic sociology student to do a deep psychoanalysis of you based on your seating choice in lecture — and before you start doubting my capabilities, yes, I have taken a single psychology class.
How does one go about hooking up in first year with dignity? This is an age old question that has been on the minds of students since the invention of universities. Surely, dear reader, it’s on your mind if you are reading this.
Rather than using a convoluted app to request a ride, a DropDonkey can be summoned at any time with a loud whistle, a bundle of hay and three to four apples.