The past 12 months have been tumultuous, to say the least. We'll remember it as the year a bevy of our heroes passed away, the UK removed itself from the EU and the US actually elected Donald Trump president.
But whatever trials and tribulations we face, and however difficult it will be to explain 2016 to our grandchildren, we can take solace in the fact that one universal truth remains certain: UBC students love reading about sex.
A reply to our well-read letter from Leo Soh about what it's like being an underage student at UBC.
In a move that took effect this September, students hoping to enter the MD program at UBC now don’t have worry about missing a science pre-requisite.
A woman is frustrated at having to share her Safewalk ride with a “rather large, somewhat intimidating-looking male.”
As soon as we got a tip that Ono would be named UBC's next president, we started digging.
After The Man in the High Castle filmed on campus last year, one student decided to have some fun with Google Maps. This one did not make UBC's PR department happy.
A slightly out-of-date but still-relevant piece exploring just how difficult it is to get accepted.
Written as a follow-up to our well-read list of the top-rated profs, this negative piece brought in far more views.
Nervous 12th-graders once again boost this story near the top of the list. Wondering what kind of average you need to get into engineering? This story's the place to look.
Our most-read piece of the year by far was UBC's sunshine list of all employees making more than $70,000 per year. The university releases the raw data every year, but we decided to make it easily searchable and sortable.