The BDSA is organizing the Boishakhi Mela to ring in the Bengali New Year on March 26 in the plaza outside the Nest.
“As I explored the idea of youth more, I realized it's more of a universal thing, and it's more of a mindset,” Lee told The Ubyssey.
While it's obvious that the play was made with a lot of heart, the performance just wasn't enough for me.
Netflix is here to make you happy (even though your final grades after binging on Christmas movies may not).
There was something about Jack's dreamy blue eyes that made Jill instantly fall head over heels in love with him.
From feeling entirely new emotions to having more “main character moments” than I can count, I have been on a trampoline of social, academic and professional highs and lows.
On a rainy Friday night, I caught an enactment of Spinning You Home, performed at the small but cozy Jericho Arts Centre.
“We want you to be part of the interaction and feel like you’re socializing instead of making it a passive experience,” said Saeed.
While it was certainly a musical event, crowded with the crème de la crème of our beloved UBC musicians, three food trucks and a couple of stalls selling overpriced clothes just did not cut it for me.
Spinning you Home, written by playwright Sally Stubbs and directed by UBC bachelor and masters of fine arts alum Sarah Rodgers, tells a heartwarming story, woven together by meaningful promises and serendipitous connections.
In case you are a little tired of visiting Stars Hollow and the Dunder Mifflin office and want to diversify your show viewing experience, here is a list of shows that students on campus have been watching.
For BC Culture Days, Kenthen Thomas wishes to demonstrate the beauty and value of storytelling through stories called “Legends That Teach.”
Opera transcends the barriers of language and forms connections through music and pure emotion.
According to a report on the AMS survey’s results, recorded lectures will be advantageous in reducing commute time and allowing students to “learn at their own pace.”
“We are much more than our past, we are our resiliency and we are not steeped in trauma-based narratives,” Friday said in an interview with The Ubyssey.