Lady Bird said it best: “I have to get out of Sacramento … Because it’s soul-killing. It’s the Midwest of California.”
It was finals week April 2021, deep into online school. Sage Houston raced to finish her final essays for her history and political science courses. Mid-essay, her MacBook unexpectedly shut down and refused to boot back up again.
Sheldon Goldfarb has been the AMS archivist for the past 28 years — a job he is perfect for but took the scenic route to.
2022/23 GSS President Samsel Kenston is a doctor, father and lifelong advocate.
A poem on intimacy, being seen, loved and respected.
In addition to a lack of Black hair salons, the lack of stylists who know how to do hair in non-Black hair salons exacerbates the problem Black women face in accessing hair care.
Fairy Creek made headlines throughout this summer. Here is a brief look into some of the members of the UBC community that went to Fairy Creek.
Eating disorders are inherently isolating and during the pandemic, eating disorders in Canada climbed. Students who are looking for recovery support face a confusing institutional system.
Haley Branch, a fifth-year PhD student, had an unusual road to academia. Now she is advocating for other disabled students' rights to be in academia
George Chaffee has always been skilled in the three things the Kwikwetlem nation really cares about: archaeology, the environment and fishing.
Here is what each of the major four parties says they will do to combat the overdose crisis, so you can go into the Federal election informed.
We've explained the major political party's platforms on transportation so you can head into the polls informed.
Vancouver rental prices are among some the highest in Canada. We've explained what each of the four major parties says they plan to do to make housing more affordable.
Election Day is almost upon us, and it can be hard to work out what party's platforms are saying. So we've explained what the top four parties are promising to do about affordable education.
UBC is invested in fossil fuel companies that have major impacts on the climate and contribute to oil spills in places like the Niger Delta. UBC says it will divest by 2030 — but how close is the university to reaching that goal?
Since March of 2020 the opioid crisis has worsened and BC's drug supply has more Fentanyl in it. As school moves back to in-person and parties resume what is UBC doing to keep students safe?
Dr. Leonard Foster talks about his COVID-19 research and his journey to research.
Since joining UBC Climate Hub Nafeesa Alibhai’s activism is “full steam ahead or full electric engine power ahead.”
Dating apps are simultaneously terrible and incredibly addicting.