The Rio, a treasured Vancouver landmark and all-around badass indie theatre, plays host to a quirky homegrown game show titled Story Story Lie.
For Mathew Mackenzie - playwright and director of Bears, bear country becomes the supernatural backdrop for one man’s journey to understanding his identity, his politics, and the importance of protecting the land that shapes it.
This year’s Persistence of Vision film festival was the UBC Theatre and Film Department’s 28th annual occurrence of this event, showcasing the final short films of students in the UBC Film Production program.
The Muslim Student Association (MSA), which serves as a home and representative body for Muslim students at UBC, maintains that administrators have been helpful. However, the group still has concerns as they continue to grow.
The Anthropology and Sociology building has a history almost as old as the university. The space where it and the Museum of Anthropology stand was previously an army base.
A year ago, DJ Negar Hamidzadeh’s schedule was filled with lectures and assignments. Now, she is performing in shows and festivals all over Vancouver and the world while producing her own music.
I’m about to inherit one of my Grandma’s old mink fur coats but am not really sure about whether or not it’s okay to take it? I don’t want to throw it out, because that seems like a waste, but I also am not sure if it’d be a good thing to wear it outside.
The lights, the stage and the pressing questions on policy platforms... Some people glide through the elections unscathed by the pressure and come out victorious, or at least with their dignity intact.
As the celebrity elites prepare for the biggest night of the year, us average Joes sit on our couches and watch them schmooze it up on the red carpet. Obviously, the only way for us to deal with the jealousy of this celebration of art, industry and opulence is alcohol.
In case if you’ve been living under a rock, the 2018 AMS election draws nigh.
From the Cult is The Ubyssey’s unofficial AMS Election coverage. If you want real news, go over to the news section.
The AMS has announced the lineup for their 11th Annual Block Party and from the looks of things a bunch of typos are performing.
To begin the night, Parrott addressed the backlash from her fan-base by explaining that the more hostile and hyperbolic of her followers passed around half-truths on twitter accusing her of raising money for “a Nazi event,” but also saying that this group was simply a loud minority.
Ponderosa Cake is a coffee-cake-type loaf sold by UBC Food Services.
During previous years, students have been instructed to come back to campus in September with a handful of characters they had encountered during the break, and it was from these characters that the storylines and themes of their feature length and Dogme 95-inspired film were made.
This year’s PuSh International Performing Arts Festival presents Shannon Yee’s Reassembled, Slightly Askew. Created in Ireland, this experiential show has been running for three years.
Jordan Peterson's latest bit of controversy is a self-help book entitled 12 Rules: An Antidote to Chaos, for which he’s launched a tour, including a stop on UBC campus this Thursday.
The PuSh Festival’s presentation of King Arthur’s Night premiered to a sold-out audience on January 31 at the Frederic Wood Theatre. The play is the second from the duo of Niall McNeil and Marcus Youssef.
Directed by the award-winning Nancy Hermiston, La Cenerentola tells its familiar yet fresh story through virtuosic acting, singing, orchestral music, costume and set design.