Hundreds of students celebrated the ends of classes by gathering the friends, trekking down nearly 500 steps to Wreck Beach and rushing into the freezing water.
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As the referee blew the whistle and called the game a little over 60 minutes later, with a score of 48-5, the UBC Thunderbirds took their second consecutive national title.
The Thunderbirds women’s swim team took gold last weekend at the Canada West Swimming Championship, and the men’s team placed second behind the University of Calgary. While returning swimmers all placed highly, the depth of the women’s team roster helped the ‘Birds come out on top.
Despite the winter chill that seems to have settled over the province in the last week, things heated up on Burnaby Mountain this Friday, with the unthawing of a 55-year-long rivalry that saw the UBC Thunderbirds take down the Simon Fraser Red Leafs by a slim margin of 18–17.
The UBC Thunderbirds will be returning to defend their Canadian University Men’s Rugby Championship (CUMRC) title on a snowy home turf this Sunday after a well-earned victory against the Guelph Gryphons on Friday evening.
First time hosts and defending champions the UBC Thunderbirds are through to the Canadian University Men’s Rugby Championship (CUMRC) semifinals after a shutout victory over the Calgary Dinos on Wednesday evening at the Thunderbird Stadium.
Despite going down early in both games this weekend, the T-Birds found consistency within the dressing room, and it transitioned onto the ice.
Rainbow flags draped all around War Memorial Gym as Thunder and DJ Nasri mixes greeted fans at UBC Volleyball’s fifth annual Pride Night on Friday.
UBC women’s hockey swept the University of Alberta Pandas at home this weekend, with a double overtime 3–2 win and a 2–1 regulation win to continue their undefeated-at-home streak.
The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 is scheduled to run from November 20 to December 18 and will be available on TSN in Canada. Here is your guide on where to watch World Cup games on campus.
UBC women’s soccer bounced back from a disappointing quarterfinal loss to finish fifth place at U Sports nationals in Quebec City last weekend.
UBC men’s soccer had to settle for silver at the U Sports national championship after losing the final in penalty kicks to hosts Thompson Rivers University (TRU) WolfPack in Kamloops on Sunday.
In a snow-covered Griffiths Stadium this Saturday afternoon, the UBC Thunderbirds fell 23–8 to the conference-leading Saskatchewan Huskies, losing the 85th Hardy Cup title and the opportunity to advance to the national semifinals.
This weekend, UBC women’s hockey played the Trinity Western University Spartans in a home-and-home series, where penalties made the difference as the Thunderbirds walked away with a 3–2 overtime loss and a 4–3 overtime win.
The Thunderbirds defeated SFU 170–130 at the Western Divisionals Quidditch tournament, becoming the top university team in Western Canada.