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While many students went along with their days without a care in the world about this news or shared memes mocking the Queen’s demise, I continued through my day with quiet melancholy.
Besties (or Les Meilleures in French) made its Canadian debut at the York Theatre on August 20. The film is the only one in the festival’s program to have been written and directed by a lesbian.
Need podcast recommendations for your summer hikes?
Even before the start of the pandemic, Indigenous students have been using traditional Indigenous beadwork to enrich their lives. But since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, beadwork has become an even stronger healing art.
With finals right around the corner, why not take a few minutes to sit back, relax and read through The Ubyssey's collection of spring haikus?
A misconception I’ve heard about podcasts is that they’re mostly four-hour+ mediums for YouTuber ramblings or boring AF roundtables of white folk talking about sociology.
Why not get into a few podcasts?
One Culture staff writer. Three UBC locations. Three chai lattes.
May you allow yourself to be your ideal lover.
The first episode of a new Indigenous-led podcast series called Love, Land & Spirit is set to be released on February 3.
And so, I wrote a sonnet about my favourite soothing drink in the hopes that it will soothe you as you read it.
Although the first few weeks back will be online, this new year, much like the first Star Wars film, brings to me, and to all of us, a new hope.
Although I didn’t know it when I opened my laptop and searched for a sketchy bootleg copy of the film, boy, was I in for something that I wouldn’t forget anytime soon.
It’s officially December, and that means two things: cold weather and exam season