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At the UBC Board of Governors annual Christmas spa night, merriment and joy were in full swing. The recent tuition increase was going to do many good things for the school (we can’t think of any right now, but that’s beside the point), and the Board was being rewarded with a bigger holiday party than had ever taken place at the Norman MacKenzie house.
UBC students have expressed excitement over the massive filming hub Mallmark’s announcement that it would be filming a UBC themed holiday movie titled UBCing me at the Holidays. The film follows two first-year Vanier residents and their love story.
Here's how Ubyssey photographers captured student life within and beyond UBC in 2022.
Public transit is feral. It's worse than pub fights, bad fries or, might I say, the Harlem Shake. But, there is only one thing that makes the ride bearable: the corner seat. I thought it was a myth, but I’ve seen its glorious beauty with my own eyes.
This year, COP 27 took place in Egypt from November 6–18 and I attended as an official observer. On a personal scale, it’s difficult to begin to process and digest the incomprehensible statistics I’m confronted with every time I look at the news. I often feel like a single drop of water trying to terminate a forest fire.
When I feel homesick during the holiday season, the only movie that can cheer me up is Home Alone (1990).
After two years of smaller festivities due to COVID-19 safety measures, families and friends are making plans on celebrating the holidays and welcoming in 2023 together this year.
The devastating emotional impacts of climate change can be described in one word: Solastalgia.
On November 18, the Board of Governors’s Employee Relations Committee heard a presentation of the employment report, which found that 17.6 per cent of senior managers — deans, associate vice-presidents, and others — are non-white and 3.9 per cent are Indigenous.
UBC has cancelled all on-campus exams scheduled for Tuesday, December 20 due to weather conditions.
Eleven research projects at UBC’s Vancouver campus will benefit from over $3.3 million from the B.C. Knowledge Development Fund (BCKDF).
Time machines don’t exist, but you can take your exam at a later time, if you’re granted standing deferred by your faculty or department.
Members of the African community in BC and other community members gathered downtown on Saturday to discuss how the African diaspora can serve as a catalyst for sustainable development.
The housing top-up is available to both domestic and international students provided that they filed income tax returns or a statement of income for 2021.