Bailey Ramsay

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Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey’s kinkier sequel, Fifty Shades Darker, is filming for the next two days at the Cecil Green Park House. The film is set to be released in theatres February 2017 and stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan.


The days of the old register-for-one-class-and-then-withdraw-for-the U-Pass trick are gone. It's in your best interest to endure the two minutes it takes to load your Compass card online than to scour the couch cushions for change.


All the used furniture in the old SUB will be on sale and available at discounted prices. So if you happen to be in the market for a Bernoulli crumb-encrusted chair with the butt imprints of the hundreds of students before you, this is your gig.

set on campus 7/11/16

Judd Nelson, who many may know from ’80s classics such as The Breakfast Club or St. Elmo's Fire, is apparently cast in the film. So set stalking is slightly more acceptable this time around — 10 points to whoever blasts “Don't You” from a boombox.

Pokemon go!

Lucky for you, UBC is one of the best places in Vancouver to play! With frequent lures, competitive gyms and dozens of PokéStops, you're well on your way to catching 'em all in no time. Here is what you need to know before you GO.

bubble tea

With more than 500 submission and 1500 votes, the grand prize winner is Chris Yu for the name “P.H. Tea.” Since Yu is one of the staff behind the AMS contest, the top prize of a month's worth of free bubble tea was passed onto the second-place entry.


Just over a week ago, Comic Con showcased the first trailer to FX's Legion. While this isn't the first time superheros have been to campus, we can't help but feel pride seeing our beautiful UBC to such dramatic music.


The film centres around Auggie, who has a facial deformity, as he struggles to fit into a new school. Roberts plays Auggie's mother and Owen Wilson plays his father. Yes, the stars are shining bright on campus today.


After those meetings, Ono was kind enough to fit our short interview about his first day during the only free time he had left — the time it took to walk from his office to his home, the Norman Mackenzie House, to get ready for dinner.


As we tried to sleep we could have sworn we heard a bear sniffing around. Terrified, we hid under our sleeping bags. The next morning, a glowing sunrise over the lake and mountains was not the only thing to greet us as we sat in our sleeping bags.

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