Organized by March On Vancouver, the demonstration began with speeches on Jack Poole plaza before making a short circuit through downtown.
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UBC women's hockey defeated the Lethbridge Pronghorns twice this past weekend: 2-1 and 1-0 respectively.
Let’s talk about The Hatch. At least it hasn’t changed names multiple times or closed down, so it’s doing better than most AMS organs in the nest.
Photo coverage from the men's soccer home opener against University of the Fraser Valley on August 25, 2017. UBC won 1-0. The Jumpstart program brought incoming first-years to see the game as the Thunderbirds opened their season.
When the opportunity arises to investigate, to research, to extrapolate — that's when you'll see editorials buzzing with excitement and anticipation.
Josh is The Ubyssey's Photo Editor and thinks he is funnier than he actually is. He's half-Jewish and still feels divided on the Israel-Palestine conflict. He enjoys politics, travelling, and gluten-free living.
"The overall picture they paint of themselves is that they are a volatile group, impulsive and more bent on expressing displeasure than following due process or cooperating with others to achieve their goals."
Many are thinking very hard about the implications of the US elections. On Friday, Dr. George Hoberg, a professor with the institute, chaired the Initiative’s latest lecture, “For Real: Confronting a Trump Presidency.”
As painfully insightful into what it is to be black and gay in North America as it is about the anxieties of adolescence, Jenkins’ film is a remarkable exercise in empathy that resonates in more ways than one.
On Tuesday evening, protesters filled the streets of downtown Vancouver, demanding an end to campus rape culture across the province. WAVAW, a Vancouver-based rape crisis center, organized the event to kick off their “Feminist Frosh Week.”
You’ve made it to Vancouver. Wait. You’re not in Canada’s most expensive city just yet. You’re in Richmond — the suburb south of Vancouver. To begin your university journey, you must first voyage from the YVR airport to UBC.
The UBC Coyote needs help. In the environment currently existing on this campus, this animal has no safe home.
Every year, The Ubyssey releases a sex issue. The theme of each issue varies. In 2016, we focused on the science of sex and the processes that make people tick. This year, we focused on intimacy. It’s a diverse and broad idea.