Positively sex: 160 years of douchebaggery

an hour agoWhile most douches involved water, vinegar, salts or soap, the most popular method was Lysol — the exact same one that makes those pine-scented disinfectant wipes your preschool teacher probably loved.

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Mind your mind: Self-care is hard

As students attending one of the top universities in the world, we often walk the line between being a committed student versus flirting with self-endangerment. We sacrifice our own well-being, fail to take a step back when we most need it.

Ask Natalie: Getting along with roommates and yourself

“I was so happy and nice last year, but this year... I don't know. I've gotten lazy and my grades show. I have no motivation to do anything. I just lie down every day, watch movies and do nothing productive. What should I do?”

AMS Decoded: What to look for in the May 18 AMS Council meeting

Agenda items can seem long, mysterious and confusing without the proper background, making it difficult to see how these issues affect students. Here’s what to watch out for in the upcoming AMS Council meeting on May 18.

Op-ed: How I conquered my fear of writing for The Ubyssey

After interviewing the sources that the news editors provided for me, I was at the next barrier of writing my first article for The Ubyssey and being scared shitless — having many questions that could only be answered in person by the editors.

Letter: BoG needs to re-evaluate its relationship with CIRDI

The inception phase of this project is identified as April-September 2016, leaving little time for further “consultations” on our campus. I make the following requests for you as members of the UBC Board of Governors: