She has stayed inside with her windows shut and 25 air purifiers “absolutely blasting” for 38 days straight.
If you didn’t get any emails saying your courses have changed, there’s no action required on your part.
I’m going to focus on the real winners and losers of this debate.
Here are some ideas for how to reach out and make friends in a time where it might feel more daunting than ever.
I had to learn how to make coffee (extremely difficult) and learn how to make my own breakfast sandwiches (I almost burned down my dorm).
I can’t say it’s been all ‘early admission’ and ‘Dean’s List’ for us, but it’s certainly been good for my career prospects.
“I hardly talk to anyone. How the hell was I supposed to know this wasn’t a thing?"
The official website for the Urban Studies program here at UBC may be a welcome piece of nostalgia for older internet-goers but for most of us it is a horrific, dated eyesore that evokes the ear-piercing sound of a dial-up connection.
Here are some steps you could potentially take to experience less FOMO and turn it into JOMO.
From the day that it hit 10 degrees you pulled out your essential expedition parka or took the first skytrain heading to Vancouver City Centre to finally pick up your slice of eminence from Nordstroms.
Everyone usually stops feeling like anything is new after the hangover from the New Year’s Eve party wears off, but we all like to be hopeful, don’t we?
In the event of heavy snow or an extreme weather event, campus may also be closed and non-essential services curtailed, but today, campus and non-essential services are open. Classes are on.
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.
If I were a physics student, I would calculate the force required to crush the beer can; if I were a chemistry student I would test the water for DNA evidence; but as an arts student, my skills lie in pure speculation and filling up word counts.
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 have made a list of tier lists of all the residences, each with a different criterion. I trekked to each residence I could and gathered data on everything that could ever be important.