The proposed $1 fee would have supported the food hub’s three channels of programming, based in the Arts Student Centre.
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Just three years ago, Andy Nguyen never imagined that today he would be running a thriving cookie business. Nguyen, alongside his sister Jessica, founded Bak’d Cookies, which sells their signature gourmet cookies online and at farmer’s markets across the Lower Mainland.
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Local organizations have numerous film screenings, concerts, and other events occurring throughout the month to celebrate and commemorate Black History Month. Here are a selection of events, on-campus and across the city, to add to your calendar.
What started as a pandemic idea has blossomed into a project that has “kind of taken over” Crystal Lau’s life.
From the ghostly image of a young woman’s pale face to its haunting dialogue, Ana Lily Amirpour’s 2014 film A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is striking
A UBC-based initiative unites Indigenous experience with the foundations of math education.
With regards to Indigenous documentation and similar matters, I would ask that settler individuals truly listen to Indigenous individuals.
Liam Hart founded UBC drag to try to bring some Queer nightlife to UBC.
Queer students and performers reveal how music helped them find community, identity and catharsis.
Some faculty members are concerned about the UBC Faculty Association's approach to transparency after two motions on the issue were barely discussed at last week's Annual General Meeting last week.
After two years of COVID-19 restrictions, UBC and UBC Pride Collective are planning in-person events for Pride this month.
UBC Recreation is holding its Free Week from Tuesday, May 24 to Monday, May 30.