Latest articles from Bridget Meehan
The Engineering Undergraduate Society and Faculty of Applied Science held their annual memorial service in the Engineering Student Centre, honouring and remembering the fourteen women lost.
Ok yeah, I know Halloweekend was a while back, but it’s never too early to start planning for next year.
Down West Mall from the white tents, booming sound system and costumed revelry of the Calendar’s Halloween party last weekend in the black box of the Dorothy Somerset Studio, a troupe of acting students donned a different type of costume: thick paper mache masks for their latest show, The (Un)usual suspects.
On my first day back on campus, I got off the R4 and walked carelessly north towards the shining Buchanan headlights that guided me home when I stopped dead in my tracks. This is not where my class is today. I gulped, fear seeping into every pore. Was I supposed to go to… the other side of campus?
It’s almost like it didn’t even happen. Only segments of thoughts and nothing concrete —
In January of this year, the AMS increased mental health coverage for students from $1,000 to $1,500. This increased coverage expires on August 31.
Here I am with one semester left of my undergrad and I’ve taken some time to recognize why I’m just so chipper to have this extra time at UBC.
For a few summer nights earlier this month, a group of undergraduate students invited audience members to step away into a dark boundless corner of time-space and into the wanderings of their own minds.
The University Neighbourhood Association (UNA) is working to revive its newspaper, The Campus Resident, after it stopped production in January 2022 following the death of publisher John Tompkins.
For the first time in my life, I was told that I was “the quietest person” in the room. I’ve never been told this before because I am very loud — so loud that I am usually referred to as loud and annoying, even if I’m shy in a new setting. I guess I just have an ear-splitting voice.
It’s been four years and I can’t stop thinking about you. What did I do wrong? You used to be excited to get an email from me, back when you were young and in high school. “UBC emailed me!” You’d frantically yell to your friends, and they were excited for us.
During the early days of the pandemic, I became a bit of a beer girl. Now, I’ve really developed a liking for beer, albeit I could not tell you what the difference between a Pilsner and an IPA is, but I'm back to offer my unsolicited opinion about things I'm not qualified to judge!
The student-run Agora Eats Cafe is located in the Macmillan Building and is an affordable, organic and vegetarian eatery.
UBC Housing did not indicate that it would change its policy around illegal drug use in student residence, despite concern from students and experts around the harmful language of this policy.