Tara Osler

Tara Osler

Tara Osler

Tara started writing for the Ubyssey in September 2018 after asking herself, “what’s the worst that could happen?” Since then, she has written travelogues on the various adventures she embarks on instead of studying, as well personal essays and reviews of museum exhibits on campus. When she’s not writing, Tara studies history and international relations and plans more vacations to write travelogues about. To see what Tara’s prioritizing over studying, visit her Instagram or LinkedIn.

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Planned Macinnes parkade field

Over the last decade, UBC’s geography has experienced radical changes unsurprising given campus’s ever-present construction. Some of the most impactful were the demolition of the old Aquatic Centre to make room for a new parkade and field, the new Audain Art Centre and a revamp of Main Mall.

Ella Chan Creative Non-Fiction Family… whatever that means Tracing Roots

Family: “A taxonomic rank in the classification of organisms between genus and order.”

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These moments are where Barclay lays herself emotionally bare to convey a deeper emotion — and they work. For the reader, these startlingly intimate moments immerse themselves in the emotional atmosphere she creates. Rather than an outright statement of feeling, Barclay’s verse pulls the reader into the moment and forces them to feel it as she does.

ikb irving k barber

The myriad of objects stored away in these display cases rarely sees much traffic from students, but for those who are willing to venture into depths of IKB, there is a world of treasures waiting.

Magazine 2019 presence canadian enough irish identity

People like having names with a single, positive adjective that defines it. My name is a little bit harder to define.

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Driving through the winding village roads, past white-washed houses and pubs with gilt-edged windows and the rolling hills covered in a patchwork quilt of rye and barley fields, it feels like an illustration from a child’s story book. There is beauty in Northern Ireland’s apparent simplicity.

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