Red Gate’s address is on Main Street, but Google Maps notoriously takes people to the back entrance of the building (I’m people).
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Upon entering the Neville Scarfe building last Saturday, we were shocked to see singers decked out in bright colours, fun textures and donning elaborate accessories for extra flair. It’s important to note that in most classical music performances — which is what we’re most familiar with — concert black dress is always required.
In the ambient cocktail lighting of the Fox Cabaret, we were contemplating the features of a good show over palomas on a Tuesday evening.
Ian Caguiat ran on a platform of resourceful sustainability, and community engagement and inclusion. Six months into his term, his ambitious and broad on-the-ground approach has led to him delivering results, though at the midway point, many of his initial action items remain in progress.
The pounding thud of the brass and timpani that send in the beginning of Verdi’s “Dies irae” paralyzes me every time.
The threat of power can often spark either a fight or flight response. In The Cunning Little Vixen, our protagonist chooses the former, finding herself liberated and returning to the forest that is a home to creatures not too different from you and I.
Across Vancouver, musicians are honing their craft and finding their sound. Many of these musicians are from UBC.
Under the direction of Dr. Robert Taylor, the UBC Bands Wind Ensemble delivered an incredible program of works from local to world-renowned composers last Friday evening at the Chan Centre.
In the male-dominated sport, riders vault from horse to horse around a track in a quick-witted loop. But with stamina and discipline, Logan is determined to make it to the top, even with the odds stacked against her.
A camera shakily meanders amidst the chaos of 15 minutes to the curtain going up. Anxiety and excitement are suspended in the air. The feeling is synonymous with only one kind of moment in theatre — it is opening night.
On September 30, UBC rounded off Truth and Reconciliation week with the third annual Intergenerational March in support of residential school survivors and their families.
The AMS has recently published their demands for the 2024 Federal Budget in cooperation with the Undergraduates of Canadian Research-Intensive Universities, and finding what works for international students is its top priority.
Cases of plagiarism plummeted while sexual misconduct charges tripled by three times at UBC Vancouver (UBCV) in the 2021/22 Student Discipline report.
UBC Properties Trust remains exempt from releasing organizational information upon public request, one year after a report recommending it should be.
The AMS released its annual sustainability report focused on the the development of a circular economy.