In museums, photography is often prohibited; in “Imagine Van Gogh,” it is expected.
Evans also cited uncertainty about voter turnout in this year’s online election as a reason for no AMS-initiated referenda.
UBC Okanagan announced that it will begin offering a Bachelor of Nsyilxcn Language Fluency — the first of its kind at a Canadian university — this September.
Hundreds of children’s belongings line the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery to honour the thousands of Indigenous children recently discovered in unmarked graves at the sites of former residential schools across Canada.
Following the tragic car crash that claimed the lives of two student pedestrians early Sunday morning, a memorial has been erected at the site of the incident — behind c̓əsnaʔəm house in the Totem Park residence area — on Northwest Marine Drive.
To see how coastal and marine ecosystems exhibit resilience against natural and human environmental perturbations, The Ubyssey visited Whytecliff Park — a marine protected area in West Vancouver.
For these three UBC students, however, a key component of resilience was paying attention to their energy limits and prioritizing self-fulfilment.
UBC women's hockey team secured their fourth Canada West championship after a weekend sweep against the Saskatchewan Huskies last week. The T-Birds will head to the U Sports National Tournament in PEI happening from March 24 to 27 in an attempt to capture their first ever national championship title.
To honour Asian Heritage Month as a celebration of all Asians, regardless of upbringing, here are the stories of three Chinese adoptees at UBC.
The Chan Centre and Musqueam hosted the first Come Toward the Fire festival on UBC's Vancouver campus September 17–18.
Last night, AMS Council convened for the last time in 2022 — again — to discuss preliminary findings from the recent governance review and next steps for the AMS and students after the Board of Governors voted to increase tuition earlier this week.
Hundreds of students celebrated the ends of classes by gathering the friends, trekking down nearly 500 steps to Wreck Beach and rushing into the freezing water.
Here's how Ubyssey photographers captured student life within and beyond UBC in 2022.
Over a thousand people from the UBC community and beyond celebrated the Year of the Rabbit at the UBC Botanical Garden’s first-ever Lunar New Year Market last weekend.