In a budding student-led campus greenification initiative, a troupe of anonymous UBC students have taken it upon themselves to bring even more vegetation to campus.
There are silver linings in every situation, and I can think of a few things I’ll be yearning for as we resume in-person school.
Student Governor R.B. “Goldie” Goldilocks walked into the Board of Governors meeting last Thursday to discuss tuition increases, locks gleaming and unwilling to take anything but “juuuust right” for an answer.
Please learn from how I took losing my wallet completely and totally in stride, and follow these steps to remedy the situation!
I deserve the Canvas confetti. And you do, too.
Check out our list of festive holiday events happening around this great city of ours!
Gifting them a BC-shaped vinyl decal that says UBC on it will leave them thinking: “Wow, so creative.” and saying out loud: “Thank you."
Even eating on campus brings up memories. When I can’t get a meal for under $10 on campus, I recall the days of $17 salads in my residence.
Here are some Ubyssey news headlines that were so good and so absurd that we wish we’d come up with them ourselves!
To curb the impending winter blues, we’ve put together a list of resources and ideas. Whether you take ‘em to heart or not, please take care of yourself!
Halloween events taking place on and off campus this Halloween season!
On Saturday, October 16, there will be a Heritage Orchard Tour from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Some students struggled to vote on election day. And yes, you could say we struggled, too. But in that struggle, we found a silver lining.
We've tried to pin down what defines a "hybrid" class under the return to campus plan.
Here are some events and initiatives taking place online and in-person, on and off UBC campus, to commemorate Orange Shirt Day.