Emilie Kneifel

Emilie Kneifel


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That summer, sitting on a hill beside my friend who liked Twizzlers, I’d tried my tongue on it, this newfound body language. Tentatively, pulling up roots with my fists, I’d pointed out that I was fat.

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Of the 194 residence advisors living in residence this upcoming school year, fewer than half are returning. The Ubyssey spoke to ten RAs to find out why so many students — who go into the position with such good intentions — do not come back.

Sex Issue, body, person, touch, skin

Emilie Kneifel is a second year UBC COGS student who lives in an apartment with her best friend named Kate, eats lots of fruits, makes lots of lists, and gets much too excited about new connections on LinkedIn.


If you find your mood being affected by winter’s shortening days, there is no reason to remain in the dark any longer. The truth is you’re not alone. About 15 per cent of the population feels worse during the winter. One per cent suffers from SAD


Why on earth is Candy Crush so addicting? A recently published study may offer some insight into what makes games like Candy Crush so hard to put down. “When we added the cues, the behaviour shifted. It was a really big shift towards risky choice.”


Throughout the show, however, one person remains standing, treading in a sea of string, brass, woodwind, and percussion. This individual moves in time with the composition but her dance is different. It hasn’t been choreographed in order to flow in tandem with the music. It is the music.

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