Men's volleyball loses a close matchup with TRU

1 day, 1 hour agoAfter falling to the Thompson Rivers University Wolfpack 3-1 on Friday, the Thunderbirds got another crack at them Saturday. After a close match, the Wolfpack once again gained a victory, winning the fifth and final set with a score of 20-18.

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Men's rugby heads to California to take on Golden Bears

UBC men’s rugby team headed south to Berkeley, California for the annual World Cup face-off against long-time rivals the University of California, Berkeley Golden Bears. The game has a 11 a.m. kickoff Saturday and will be broadcasted on the PAC-12.

I challenge UBC to get 1,500 fans to a game a month

I've only been at UBC for two years and, in that time, I can count the number of times I've felt that the university is one big family on one hand — Homecoming 2014 and 2015 as well as Winter Classic 2015 and 2016.

Faculty Cup was bigger and better than ever

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Thunderjacks hold UBC’s first international loggers’ sports competition

Teams from the University of Idaho and the University of Montana attended the event hosted by UBC’s Forestry Undergraduate Society Thunderjacks with the intention of honouring the strong history of lumberjacks and jills here in British Columbia.