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Dear guy on the West Point Grey Buy Nothing Group: nobody fucking wants your collection of haunted political science textbooks from 1972.
The past few years seem to have yielded a renaissance of handicraft hobbies amongst teens and young adults.
Hundreds in orange crowd the steps in front of UBC’s Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre (IRSHDC) for the Intergenerational March to commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, also known as Orange Shirt Day.
Starting this fall, UBC students will be able to e-bike to campus as UBC will be introducing the Mobi e-bike sharing service.
The UBC men's hockey team defeated the University of Alberta Golden Bears in their home opening weekend games, winning 5–1 and 4–2.
When the smell of rain starts to hang in the air and the leaves crunch under my shoes, I turn into a completely different person. With a cup of hot chocolate in hand and an episode of Gilmore Girls on my laptop screen, I hunker down and hide from the colder weather.
The Thunderbirds took on the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns on Thursday evening at the Gerald McGavin UBC Rugby Centre, winning by a score of 60–0.
On September 30, UBC rounded off Truth and Reconciliation week with the third annual Intergenerational March in support of residential school survivors and their families.
In the past few weeks, members of CUPE 2278 opened their pay stubs only to find they had been overpaid, underpaid or not paid at all.
Fourth-year biology student and UBC Running Club president Ryan Bajaj was initially “one of the slowest” members of his high school cross-country team. It only pushed him to train harder, so he stuck with cross-country and has continued running in university.
Jan Chodas is a NASA icon: She’s enjoyed a successful 40-year career at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and a stint as the Director of Planetary Science before retiring this year.
This article breaks down the latest vaccine guidelines, dominant variants and what UBC students should know to stay safe this season.
Disabled UBC students, faculty and staff are co-leading a national campaign for more accessible course formats and disability-friendly policies at Canadian post-secondary institutions.
This past August, the Disabilities United Collective (DUC) at UBC met with representatives of the Centre for Accessibility (CFA) to present a series of recommendations to improve students’ experiences with the Centre.