Two things to know about me: I am lactose intolerant, and I love chocolate, especially hot chocolate. A strange combination, and one that generally comes with a hefty price tag if I want to meld the two together.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner and the recent news that Alberta has banned BC wine imports, there’s never been a better excuse to try out a new bottle.
Reddit user u/hambozzle posted a set of 9 UBC-themed Valentine’s Day e-cards to r/UBC yesterday, and in my personal opinion they’re pretty great.
The usual urge might be to drown out any emotions and now desperate standards with a little chocolate. But why waste your money on overinflated heart shaped prices when they all go on sale the next morning!
Fortunately, there are plenty of student clubs to let you expand your palate or eat more healthily. Whether you live off ramen or meal prep five days a week, there’s a club here to meet your food needs.
At the last training party on October 19, speakers educated attendees about what opioids are, what an opioid overdose looks like, how to respond if someone around them is overdosing and how to properly administer naloxone, an injectable drug that can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.
Held every November, Movember is an awareness campaign in which participants grow moustaches over the course of the month in order to raise funds and awareness for men’s health.
To remember the ones who passed, the museum invites you to bring a picture of a deceased loved one to make a collective altar.
As a student, it can be hard to carve out time to take care of your health, but in the long run you will appreciate it.
The club “is dedicated to helping those in need in both the local and international community” and for their Halloween initiative, their sending 100 per cent of their proceeds to the kids who aren't able to trick-or-treat this October.
Dungeons and Dragons is once again popular, comic book franchises are universally beloved, Silicon Valley start-ups are perpetually the “next big thing” and “nerd chic” has become a fashion category of its own.
With all the parties UBC hosts around Halloween — we're looking at you “Halloween Pub Crawl” posters — it can be difficult to decide which ones that are worth attending and which ones can be tossed aside.
According to their website, “Thrive is a mindset and a week-long series of events focused on building positive mental health for everyone at UBC” that is open to students, staff and faculty.
If unexpected situations come up, you will be more assured that you are still on track in your course progress and to not stray away from making choices that could be detrimental to your health in the long term.
Any sunlight you see is just Mother Nature playing with your weak, human feelings before she ruins your outdoor birthday party with a thunderstorm.
There have been many moments where I’ve smelled a certain perfume, food, or natural aroma that transports me to a time in my childhood. Which is why the student produced smell of wet dog is so beautiful to me.
For all the artists out there searching for an outlet to let your creativity flow and make something more interesting than colour-coded cue-cards look no further than these clubs.
As a chain store, it has a very wide variety of wine, hard liquor and beer and getting there is very easy, whether you’re living on or off campus.
I know all of these movies have their flaws and are definitely not as intersectional as one would like, but as someone who loves watching badass women be their badass selves, I've finally narrowed down the list of incredible feminist movies down to an iconic five.