Without a direct connection to the virus the pandemic can feel distant, and as the consequences of ignoring physical distancing measures become more abstract, breaking physical distancing guidelines can seem less risky.
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2016 was a wild year. And like any wild year, we can find several memorable moments that really just jump out at us. Here are our defining sport moments of the year as we crawl and hobble our way towards 2017
Whatever trials and tribulations we face, and however difficult it will be to explain 2016 to our grandchildren, we can take solace in the fact that one universal truth remains certain: students love reading about sex.
2016 has been bad. I have never looked to the end of the year with more excitement, and looked back on what happened with more exhaustion and cynicism. Every month felt like a knockout punch and every time we got up, the next one swiftly followed.
There is really only one person who springs to mind when I hear the word “diva,” and that person is Mariah Carey. Case in point — the title of her last album was Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse. She really did that and I love her for it.
Christmas season isn’t always the greatest time of year when you’re the Jewish kid. Oh, it isn’t because of the whole presents thing anymore. In case you guys didn’t realize it by now, we get eight days of presents.
Students are not strangers to navigating around film sets that occasionally sprawl across main parts of our beautiful campus. However, The Man in High Castle managed to pick the day the Google Street View van came around.
John Furlong will no longer be the keynote speaker at the 18th annual LC Millennium Scholarship breakfast after UBC received a letter of protest and criticism from the community over Twitter regarding allegations of abuse leveled against him.
An interview between Ubysseyer Andrew Bates and Tommy Wiseau — the creative genius behind everyone's favourite “it's so bad it's good” movie, The Room — fell through the cracks and into internet obscurity... until now.
While the stands of the 6,500-seat arena never appeared to be sold out, the home crowd made sure that the noise level was never short of ear-piercing as they cheered for Canadian swimmers. The T-Birds were well represented at the championships, with
Today, I am writing and there is actually snow falling outside… and we’re in Vancouver. I think on a day like this, even if I wasn’t sitting here writing this album review, I would still be listening to Nat King Cole’s The Christmas Song.
After the epic ode to the tradition of Canadian facial hair that is “Can’t Be Shaved,” the titular “Ogopogo Punk” directs its attention to the mythical land-locked monster, the Ogopogo, based in Okanagan Lake.
The entire album is a great mix of traditional music with a rock and roll twist. Nearly every song is a journey to listen to, with a classical build-up into epic guitar slams, lots of bass and heavy drums.
One way to challenge our basic false assumptions about the world and ourselves is to work with daily positive affirmations. Many of our core beliefs affect our level of self-worth and self-esteem — give daily affirmations a try.
The OneClass Chrome extension has been sending spam promotion emails via Connect to students for the past month. The extension has the ability to collect any personal information — including CWL credentials entered using Chrome.