Their Campus: Learning from brilliant professors in Bristol

2 hours ago“My religion and politics professor is one of the most respected scholars in his field — someone whose articles I’ve been reading since first-year. I had a not-so-mild case of scholarly fangirling when I realized that.”

Recent Articles

Op-ed: BDS will bring bigotry, hatred and even violence to UBC

"I usually walk around campus at night with my headphones in, music blaring, staring at my phone. I’m a big guy and usually feel comfortable enough on campus to be plugged in, even in poorly lit corners of campus at night."

Op-ed: The piece of paper your arts degree's on is useless

"Now that you've fallen for the clickbait, let me make myself abundantly clear — I’m an English Honours and Economics student with nothing but the greatest respect and regard for the skills, experience and knowledge."

Letter: The new pool gave me dry skin, a rash and probably rosacea

"The architecture made me feel like a Scandinavian aqua babe and the facility itself reminded me that recreational swimming was a pretty great way to get exercise and relieve stress. Then, just as I was most vulnerable, the chlorine betrayed me."

Their Campus: Busting out food icebreakers in Shanghai

"New city, who dis? In the last article, I was still in the beautiful — although quiet — city of Bordeaux, France. Now I'm in the bustling metropolis of 23+ million inhabitants that is Shanghai, China."

Ask Natalie: I feel like the spark is gone from my relationship

If you hate the pattern, break it. Ask if they want to go on a date doing something you've never done before. Cooking class? Wine and painting? Rent bikes and ride around Stanley Park? Get our there and get moving. Force your relationship to move.

Relate to Senate: What to expect in the March 2017 meeting

What goes on in the Senate chambers can often feel very overwhelming or dull to the average student, and the dockets posted before every Senate meeting can be long and tedious to read. Here’s what to expect at the March 2017 Senate meeting.