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.
UBC MFA alumni Shilo Jones weaves a startling tale full of broken and morally bankrupt characters to reflect Vancouver’s unseemly underbelly.
The gallery was a collection of lines and colours that were fascinating on their own. But as I played the music, the exhibit took on a whole new lens.
The Norm has now been closed for so long that most of the Film Society’s current members are unfamiliar with how to run the facility.
Allende's advice on writing touched both on technical elements such as the importance of research and discipline, and on the unquantifiable things that make writing an art.
MEEC broadly aims to create a Middle Eastern and North African region (MENA) studies program in the faculty of arts, expand study abroad opportunities in the region and modernize the Arabic language courses available.
“This is going to, I hope, offer a window of what it actually looked like on a daily basis to be living in Paris and seeing the interaction between the public discourse, the speeches and the political context,” said Castonguay-Bélanger.
Indigitization subverts this colonized system by “facilitating that self-empowerment in terms of taking control of their technology” and breaks down the barriers Indigenous communities are still facing by enabling their proprietary.
The club hopes to raise awareness of refugee issues through cultural interactions so that more people can participate in the cause and have an understanding towards refugees around the world.
Laredo didn’t want the chosen covers to all be photos or illustrations, but “wanted to show the many ways in which Discorder has been at the forefront of larger conversations, and also just how freaky we are.”
The music was still moving, even without knowing about the structure or history of the genre. The show had the intimate feeling of watching a group of friends joking around with each other, with Redman often taking time to compliment the solos of his fellow performers.
“We have had a number of communities who have said to us, ‘We will be coming to you for our belongings, when we’re ready.’”
“One of the biggest challenges is trying to meet the university’s goal of 1000 beds in a relatively compact site,” explained Kai Hotson, principal of Hotson Architecture.
The comedy was portrayed through a situation that the entire audience had essentially put themselves into: doodling with a bunch of strangers and then yelling about it.
“You have veterans who have never opened up because of PTSD or simply because they didn’t want to talk about it,” Brunt said. “I’ve had people tell me that they’ve never even told their families these stories before.”
The sheer amount of fun the actors seemed to be having helps keep the audience engaged, especially for those who may not have been following the quick jokes veiled in old English.
“That was really challenging and also really exciting … to hear a director go ‘We don’t need to see frivolous women on stage. We can see real women. And these women take up space and they’re confident and intelligent and they know what they’re saying, and they’re complex and they’re making decisions.’”