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Unceded Territories at MOA is powerful and political

Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun's exhibit, Unceded Territories showcases the impressive career of a skilled and strongly motivated artist whose intelligence and political outspokenness resonated powerfully during the show's opening on May 10th.

book review: Startle and Illuminate

Startle and Illuminate surmounts cliche to deliver an insightful, anecdotal guide for writers and readers alike. Carol Shields done something more than just create a guide for aspiring authors; she has created a guide to our senses.

CVR 2016 will showcase the future of virtual reality in Vancouver

On May 14, Archiact Interactive will host the 2016 Consumer Virtual Reality expo in downtown Vancouver. The event will showcase the internationally acclaimed companies and a speaker lineup of 24 experts in everything from video games to journalism.

UBC alum Ed Hill releases second comedy CD

According to comedian Ed Hill, being a weirdo, from a family of weirdos, has made him an appealing confidant for weirdos. According to comedian Ed Hill, being a weirdo, from a family of weirdos, has made him an appealing confidant for weirdos.

PEP is a unique blend of sounds and cultures

Last Tuesday, PEP filled the Fox Cabaret with a unique blend of sounds and cultures in their last concert before their upcoming tour in China. The concert was the first of a series of weekly live performances programmed by Music on Main.

Tri-U Colloquium emphasises theatre's importance

The second annual Tri-University Graduate Student Colloquium for Theatre, Film and Performance Research is taking place on the UBC Vancouver campus on April 29 and 30. The conference seeks to analyze theatre from an academic standpoint.