Holiday season is among us and so is your urge to try out all the delicious treats it brings with it. Here's all you need to know about the good, the bad and the ugly holiday-themed snacks edition.
After a dreamy hour filled with dancing and violin music playing a ballad just for us, my Prince Charming started leaning in for a kiss. But alas! The alarm on his phone went off. It was 11:55 p.m. and he had to run (to catch the 68) to get back to his dorm before midnight.
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After missing last year’s block party, I was looking forward to attending this year’s Welcome Back BBQ, which followed the same concept: a bass-pumping concert in the plaza outside the nest, surrounded by a maze of chain link fences.
To commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, The Chan Centre for the Performing arts, in partnership with Musqueam, is hosting the inaugural Indigenous-led festival ʔəm̓i ce:p xʷiwəl (Come Toward the Fire) on September 17 and 18.
Safai is the lead actor, director, showrunner, head writer, executive producer, songwriter and casting director for her passion project — the television show I killed Maddie Forbes, which will be released in January 2023.
Wheelchair rugby player and UBC alumnus Travis Murao is a four-time Paralympian who plays for the Canadian National Team.
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.
At the start of the pandemic, I found solace in attending classes in my pajamas and trying my hand at baking. The sudden stillness that had enveloped me was comforting and — dare I say — blissful.
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.