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I was tasked by the humour section to visit UBC’s Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery as part of its expansion into art coverage (and conquest of the culture section). But the Belkin was closed because of the snow, or at least that’s what I told my editor — I did not check.
While UBC may make you want to scream for other reasons, you can still have a taste of the best day of a Swiftie’s life while on campus with these steps.
Until such time as UBC or the AMS steps up, the burden lies on us students to demand the support required to allow everyone, regardless of financial resources, to access the health they deserve and need to best succeed in their studies, writes Marie Erikson.
Artist Odera Igbokwe’s exhibition New Yams Festival, a part of the Queer Arts Festival, presents a reimagination of the New Yam Festival celebrated by the Igbo people in Nigeria.
The Admiralty Trail runs along the cliff edge with access to Acadia Beach and Spanish Banks Dog Beach. It is mostly flat with gentle curves, offering a leisurely stroll with views of Burrard Inlet and the North Shore’s mountains on one side and the forest of ferns and various trees on the other.
Some may search out an iced strawberry oat matcha latte from one of the abundant Starbucks locations in Vancouver, but if you’re a fan of the concept but not the execution, you might be looking for something else to fill that 16oz, caffeine-craving hole in your heart.
With materials from sarees to plants, the end products are as diverse as they are fascinating.
On the evening of February 4, the UBC Visual Arts Student Association (VASA) opened its annual undergraduate exhibition, What Do We Know, with an event inviting artists and attendees to speak at the Hatch Art Gallery.
The newest exhibition at UBC’s Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, The Willful Plot, invites visitors to take a closer look at gardens and how we relate to them.
On the evening of December 13, the UBC department of art history, visual art & theory hosted a free open studios event showcasing the work of its MFA and BA/BFA visual arts students at the Audain Art Centre.
What's a UBC student got to do for a good plant-based cookie?
From brocade jackets to white lace capes, local fashion brand Chalanse’s second collection at Vancouver Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2023 shows highlighted femininity through confident textures and textiles.