I never had the honour of meeting Stephanie Grothe, Neil Mackenzie or Elena Cernicka, but I know them, in a way.
Along with being a national championship team, the UBC men’s field hockey team runs a youth development program.
The Thunderbirds continued an impressive weekend with a decisive 87-46 victory over the Brandon University Bobcats Saturday night.
11 faculties were pitted against each other in a Hunger Games-esque athletic tournament called the Faculty Cup — a faculty vs. faculty sports tournament.
The nearly full moon reveals a side of B.C. foreign to me. The moon reflects off the snow and the whole landscape glows.
The Vagina Monologues, originally written and performed by Eve Ensler in 1996, has evolved into a much larger project in recent years.
VDAY transformed the SUB ballroom into a quaint and intimate performance area.
Norvan Falls, the Lynn Loop, and Lynn Canyon Park are great places to escape the city for a day and fall in love with the outdoors.
UBC’s branch of SPHR is currently campaigning to have the AMS include a BDS resolution against the State of Israel on an upcoming election ballot.
The hike is quiet, easy, and peaceful; zero adrenaline.
UBC's 37th Storm the Wall was the largest ever, with over 830 teams and an estimated 3,800 participants.
The skin threatens to tear as all of my weight dangles from the muscles of just two digits.
Add bikes, neon lights, glow sticks, and electronic dance music and what do you get? The perfect pre-finals stress relief, a.k.a the UBC Bike Rave.
For most people, taking a walk is as easy as tying your shoes and walking to the trail. But for people with disabilities, it is not as simple, or is it?
Think NCAA basketball but for eSports. That’s what UBC’s eSports Club won on May third. They swept Robert Morris University (RMU) 3-0 in the NACC final.