“I’ve wanted to do something that was creative, and I think this can help with that,” said Lamarre.
Belokon and Syvytska both would like to see UBC do more to raise awareness and aid students impacted by the war.
The team's winning project was a biosensor for tumour surveillance.
Upon moving to Vancouver in 2016, Eyster grew bored of “running in squares or rectangles” on Vancouver’s predictable, grid-like streets. Eyster decided in the summer of 2019 to work towards running every street in Vancouver.
UBC students are still finding ways to celebrate Lunar New Year safely as COVID-19 restrictions remain in place for a second year.
Even though I love the rain most of the time, it doesn’t exactly scream ‘Christmas cheer.’
Hate them or love them, horror movies are a prime example of how film can interact with our psychology.