A group of UBC students and local activists are spearheading a Facebook group meant to provide support to Vancouverites amid the COVID-19 global pandemic — and it’s quickly growing into a social movement.
Art is defining student activist movements in a world that’s increasingly moving to social media. The visual side of activism has evolved to encompass new forms with students embracing performance and Lennon walls — but despite the shift online, one medium remains especially striking: the protest sign.
The situation has been chalked up as a misunderstanding, but it has given the art community a platform to give more attention to the AMS’s permanent art collection and the importance of understanding the context of the collection before selling any of it.
To heighten protective health measures around COVID-19 exposure, all UBC Library location at both Vancouver and Okanagan campuses will be closed March 20 at 5 p.m. until April 6 at 9 a.m.
The Board of Governors is the highest governing body at UBC, and among all the questions about platforms and consultation and other words I don’t understand, I felt it was necessary to ask some other hard-hitting questions the newsies wouldn’t think to ask.
The VP Admin looks after all the AMS clubs, helps manage the Nest as well as liaises between clubs, constituencies, resource groups and the society. This big important job requires big important questions.
Look at these people running for president of the AMS. They get some fancy photos and profiles and get to talk to Ubyssey News about their platform points
Perhaps the best thing that can be said about The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is that it’s finally over.
Rubber is a surprising film. And not because of it’s incredibly bizarre plot, which involves a telekinetic tire that kills people.
This new survey on The Hobbit is available in 35 different languages, allowing people from around the world to participate.
Irma Vep stars actress Maggie Cheung who finds herself at the center of a disastrous remake of Louis Feuillade’s silent French classic Les Vampires.
Universities across Canada all have their own fashion trends, so what trends should UBC students be on the lookout for?
Fourth-year UBC student Luke Wallace is using music and film to raise awareness about the conservation of British Columbia’s coastlines.
Wilson and Rowley revealed that one of the main focuses in MOA's exhibit will be Musqueam worldview and value.
Heart of the City Piano Program obtained a Musicounts TD Community Grant worth $10,000, which will go to purchasing instruments for students to use at home.
“By the time we get to the year 2000, we see the beginning of the demise of one-screen cinemas in Vancouver,” said film studies department's Brian McIlroy .
Hall proves the truth of this observation with her first full-length play Kayak, a clever and witty exploration of people’s attitudes about climate change.
When Nick Babey helped form Collect Call back in their White Rock high school, the initial intent on the band was not particularly exciting.
This week’s film, Hard Ticket to Hawaii, can be found in all its glory on Youtube.
Tom Burrows’ exhibit opened on Thursday night at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery.
July Talk put on a great performance and their style is suited for a venue like the Pit.
Murality, a non-profit organization who aims at revitalizing the downtown east side with murals, will bring students and preschoolers together.