Kawika Guillermo’s name was chosen by his mother. It’s Hawaiian; a localization of the Hebrew David, and it meant a lot to her, the daughter of an Ilocano preacher who’d immigrated to Hawai’i.
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When Lizard came to Wreck Beach for the first time in 1970, he wanted to walk into the water and swim 'til he sank.
If there’s one thing that everybody knows about me, it’s that I just love to sing - in my room, on the bus, in the residence commons — it doesn’t matter.
“[Last year] we just kind of did it and it seemed like a good idea,” said Sara Lee, an executive with UBC Rotaract’s fundraising committee.
So instead of wasting away in pre-spring limbo, why not do some stretches, find a bamboo pole, and make the limbo work for you?
All jokes aside, the difficulty that prospective potters face in gaining access to that little studio in the Life Building basement has become something of a running gag among club members and public alike
All this to say that public art matters. It’s important, then, that any efforts at redesigning and expanding UBC give public art its due consideration in the planning process.
John Carpenter’s 1994 film In the Mouth of Madness is not a very good horror film.
As I descended into the basement of the Koerner Library to meet with UBC’s Occult Club, I had absolutely no idea what I was getting myself into.
On July 16, 1917, the body of now-legendary Canadian painter Tom Thomson was found floating in the waters of Canoe Lake, Ontario.