What do I do if I want to get a little creeped out, but I can barely lift a Stephen King book, let alone read it?
But, for today, I’ve got you covered with a short explainer of some birth control options.
It was meant to be a fun night out. It turned into anything but that.
You love UBC memes. We love UBC memes. Your friends at The Ubyssey have got you covered with 10 'Little Miss' memes.
The AMS is joining the BC Federation of Students in calling for free prescription contraception in BC.
Hot weather is no joke as prolonged exposure can cause heat exhaustion or heat stroke — the symptoms of which range from mild to severe and include extreme thirst, high body temperature, dizziness, lack of coordination, rash, cramps and rapid heart rate.
Now that it’s summer, I’m starting to realize that I miss campus. But you know what I miss the most about campus? Running into UBC celebrities literally everywhere. So, in a desperate attempt to get some and connect with these celebs, I decided to download Tinder.
The 'We need an American Girl Doll' meme has taken the internet by storm. We've seen dolls that drink La Croix and that were on the Mayflower, but what about a doll that goes to UBC?
SLFS President Daniel Anene-Akosa said he and his slate assumed their roles on June 14 after reaching out to former SLFS president Raichel Feenan and undergoing the appointment process as outlined by SLFS by-laws and the BC Societies Act.
Happy Pride month! The Ubyssey has compiled a list of resources within UBC and Metro Vancouver that celebrate being Queer.
I’m back home this summer, but home doesn’t feel like home. Any advice on how to deal with that feeling?
Unwreck the Beach is The Ubyssey's new sustainability column written by UBC students, for UBC students.
Asian Heritage Month is upon us. The Ubyssey has compiled a list of resources within UBC and Metro Vancouver that emphasize education, creativity and support people in cases of anti-Asian racism.
All but two of these posters on information on housing policy and safe consumption were taken down earlier this year.
Humour is the game and Ubyssey Blog is the name. Here are the ten most read blog articles of the 2021/22 school year.