Chased by violent debt collectors, Borealis is a father-daughter road trip that brings humour without any of the traditional conventions of a typical road trip comedy.
Reports of students getting food poisoning from at last night’s Centennial Harvest Feast are flying in fast and furiously.
Some professors have had a noticeably lukewarm response to the recently launched exam database.
There can be renewed hope that Mohamed Fahmy will be joining UBC as a member of the faculty at the School of Journalism.
The result: an adult-sized tricycle/mobile ticket booth, otherwise known as the Arts Ticket Trike.
After graduating, Johnson created Azrael's Stop -- a transmedia storytelling project that centres on a group of characters in a tavern.
This Sunday, the first ever WindFest! -- a woodwind workshop at UBC -- will open to oboe and bassoon players of all ages and skill levels.
Love Bomb, described as a rock concert within a play, takes place in Fort St. John where a mother desperately searches for her missing daughter.
The men’s hockey season premiere is just around the corner and coach Adam Shell is hoping the new recruits will help bring UBC deep into the playoffs.
After three months of construction, UBC baseball has officially opened its $3.5 million indoor training facility.
For the first time since 1987, both the UBC Cross Country and Track and Field teams will have a new head coach and his name is Laurier Primeau.
Perry won three straight Canada West final fours, represented Team Canada and was an academic all-Canadian. But his CIS career is over, so what’s next?
The banners are out of sorts with what a school with anemic athletic attendance might expect, but perhaps they’re exactly what we need.
UBC has the ability to transform the attitudes of international students who are intolerant towards homosexuality.
"How do people make friends in class? People are scary. How do I do this thing people seem to do so easily?”
If this manic joy was backed up by a dose of realism in regards to what students are actually facing, this positivity would be easier to swallow.
At least two dozen campus buildings are at serious risk of collapse during even a moderate earthquake according to documents obtained by The Ubyssey.
Roger McAfee, who oversaw the construction of the last “new” student union building at UBC and served as AMS president, tells what’s gone wrong at UBC.
Speaking to researchers who have spent their careers trying to fill in the knowledge gaps in illicit drugs, two challenges continue to stand as roadblocks.
Ubyssey writers went far and wide in the summer of 2015, from kayaking in the ??? to research in Ethiopia, political engagement in South Africa and conquering fears in the Bahamas. Read their impressions of their voyages in the Travel supplement.