Campus in the summer is a completely different experience, full of things to enjoy that you might not be able to do once winter semester comes around.
The fun was cut short at 10:30 PM when the bouncers at Twlevewest began kicking out all the arts students and, we can only assume, innocent bystanders who may have just really looked like poli sci majors.
The end of U-Pass season (for non-summer students) is coming. Unless you're willing to pay $172 a month for that three-zone privilege, here are some fun places to go and things to do before the dreaded end on April 30th.
The Pacific Assistance Dogs Society (PADS) will be hosting a “Doggy De-Stress” event.
I looked at the charred remains of the book long after the flames went out. After what seemed like hours, an unabashedly naked man yelled from across the beach that he’s been watching me for a while and was wondering if I was okay.
Pride Week is returning to UBC this Friday, January 12. Hosted by The Pride Collective, the week-long celebration is culminated under the theme of “Revelry and Resistance” and will take place over several different locations across campus and around Vancouver.
Gabriel is originally from Toronto, Ontario and studied electronics at school. But he struggled to access resources that would guide him along a career path, specifically one that he enjoyed.
All proceeds from the event will go the Eastside Boxing Club, a community-based non-profit organization that provides free boxing programs to vulnerable populations and at-risk children and youth in East Vancouver.
Have you ever gazed at Buchanan tower in the mist and wondered what evils it concealed, or felt the prickle of the paranormal when receiving your grades? If so, UBC Goth knows how you feel and wraps those feelings in an existential, slightly throbbing bow.
TEDxUBC is an independently organized, student-centered conference, that provides a platform for students to share their stories and achievements, and celebrates the pursuit of knowledge.
You’ve probably made a whole bunch of friends in the past four months, but now it’s time to return to those friends who were there for you in the midst of your awkward pre-pubescent adolescence: your high school friends.
On December 6, 2016 UBC experienced a snowfall that caused students to “lose their shit” and yesterday, nearly a year later to the day, students lost their shit for a whole new mystical weather issue — fog.
So here it is, a comprehensive and growing list of Vancouver cafe WiFi passwords — don’t say we never give you anything.
UBC is known to attract a large population of international students, but sometimes we forget that our community is made up of several exchange students too.
Featuring an all-female line up, the show will be dedicated to celebrating the talented voices of Northwest Coast Indigenous women.
Engineers sure do love their chants. The most important of them being about drinking 40 beers and drinking rum. It doesn’t take long to learn the chants since they’re repeated every three goddamn minutes.
The reception to the club has been very positive so far, with many of the group members attesting to the amount of excitement that new recruits show when they discover the club.
Movember is an international annual campaign that focuses on supporting and raising awareness for mens' health.
If you scope around UBC’s Earth Science Building, you can find a plaque that acknowledges those who have donated large amounts of funds to UBC Science over the years. And in the section listing those who donated between $25,000 and $99,999 dollars, there’s a particularly interesting name on there.