GOLDRAUSCH does not fail in its overall mission to break the fourth wall and encourage the audience to consider why people create art and who has the right to tell a certain story.
I’d slouched my way through applications and interviews, hungover and unapologetic. My mentality was people like me weren’t meant for success – we’re meant to burn out and drop out.
Thankfully, this biochemistry student is here to make everything about AMS elections make sense again, through the very intuitive lens of metabolomics.
The Board of Governors is a very fancy institution that reports to the provincial government, but who wants to live in an institution?
Being a harp enthusiast at UBC continues to be a blessing and a surprise. Since the creation of the West Coast Harp Society in 2008, Vancouver has been a pinpoint on the map for the traveling harpists.
Things as seemingly minor as changing ‘indigenous’ to ‘Indigenous’ as one student did created a “feedback loop” in the Wikipedia community that allowed for productive dialogue.
The only characters with any real chemistry between them were Max Holmes and Dylan Braam. One of the debate scenes had like nine people crammed into one long table, in the most pointless reference to “The Last Supper” I’ve ever seen.
Hidden away in Irving K. Barber Library, the Rare Books and Special Collections section of the UBC Library has hundreds upon hundreds of materials so fancy that no one is even allowed to browse them without asking first.
It was in these moments of connection, both during the show and after the performance, that Manual Cinema showed the audience that paying respects to someone you admire also means following your dreams with compassion and the courage to create.
While students want a minor that will help them gain access to future career opportunities, the programs also helps to foster a greater understanding of an integral part of global society. The research highlights the fact that there is a demonstrated interest for courses with African content. Classes are full and students are waitlisted.
With the then-recent opening of the Nest in June of 2015, Bylicki says that the AMS was looking for exactly the kind of group to involve students in breathing life into the new student space.
There is a powerful history in my skin, a history that fought and is still fighting to be recognized as human and intelligent. Though our presence may be inherently and intrinsically political, we are carrying the torch of our ancestors, ready and waiting to pass it on for generations to come.
The co-presidents of the Black Student Union see being Black as an inclusive and expansive identity. It speaks to a certain shared experience and one that is something to be proud of.
“I had gone through a dark year and I would use art to cope with it,” she confessed. “It made me feel lighter when I felt really grey and it made me find a way to express myself when I couldn’t find the words to do it.”
This program, called “A Taste of Coexistence,” was first conceived of last November as a replacement to Hillel House’s hot lunch program. The lunch series is meant to celebrate what Palestinians and Israelis have in common.
As a visible minority, Moreno-Garcia felt that the barrier to enter Canada’s literary scene was greater. On multiple occasions, she was told from Canadian publishing companies that they didn’t know how to market her book.
The snowboarders and surfers in The Radicals draw inspiration from the First Nations peoples’ fight, and apply it to preserving the mountains and oceans that allow them to pursue their passions.
The film fluidly fuses together the thrill of exploration and the effects of climate change on the environment.
The event started as an idea between three UBC students and one of the film directors to combine the issue of climate change with outdoors sports.