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.
This September, thousands of students who have been attending UBC for a year, but may have never stepped foot on campus — let alone Vancouver — will descend on the city.
The program will provide those enrolled with the tools needed to effectively support Indigenous students and their families, as well as improve educational outcomes for Indigenous students across BC.
Would I create my own Marbelous cookie? Did the Marbelous cookie as a concept, let alone a recipe, even exist outside the realm of UBC?
I’ve had a look into kitchens, met cats and even overheard a heated family debate.
I can’t say it’s been all ‘early admission’ and ‘Dean’s List’ for us, but it’s certainly been good for my career prospects.
Clearly, this new “online school” opened doors for both creative expression and technological innovation.
Fear not, UBC students, for you can still get your daily dose of democracy with a few simple efforts.
The UBC Campus Support Network is a public Facebook group and student-led initiative designed to ensure students and community members living on campus have access to the supplies they need.
In the event of heavy snow or an extreme weather event, campus may also be closed and non-essential services curtailed, but today, campus and non-essential services are open. Classes are on.
What better way is there to celebrate the end of term than gathering on Wreck Beach with hundreds of your classmates and running into the Pacific Ocean? I can’t think of any.