According to UBC experts, concerns about your friendly neighbourhood chatbot might be overblown.
"Queering” is not just about your gender identity or sexual orientation. If we’ve learned anything from our GRSJ electives, it’s that “queering” means basically whatever you want it to mean. With this in mind, here’s how to queer Storm the Wall next year — always stay prepped.
Every year, UBC releases a report of data on student demographics, admission, enrolment and retention rates, and every year, The Ubyssey breaks down the sixty pages of data down to what you need to know.
First-year arts student Kareem Hassib is running for one of two student seats on the Board of Governors (BoG) on a platform of affordability, climate action and accountability to students.
A staggering number of you are having sex to The Weeknd, or at least claiming to enjoy having sex to The Weeknd.
The Wolves make their entrance onto the turf which carpets the Telus Studio Theatre to blaring girl power pop and strobe lights.
It’s January 30. You’re going to the ARC for the first time because your new year’s resolution was to actually bulk instead of just saying ‘it’s bulking season’ every time you eat. How do you show that you’re not like the other new years newbies while simultaneously outclassing the 6 a.m. rise and grind crowd?
Experimental folk musician Tamara Lindeman sat at the piano bench against a looped video of ducks on a tranquil lake, with ten UBC music students arrayed behind her.
According to an email broadcast on December 8, the Museum of Anthropology (MOA) will close from January 16 until late 2023 to finish ongoing earthquake safety upgrades.
Student governor Max Holmes was the only member of the Finance Committee to vote against the proposal.
On October 29, the AMS unearthed its time capsule. But, when they lifted the lid, a greasy, balding head popped up. It was Richard Nixon.
From the ghostly image of a young woman’s pale face to its haunting dialogue, Ana Lily Amirpour’s 2014 film A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is striking
The AMS released Indigenous finance guidelines, based on those released by UBC earlier this year, following concerns raised by Indigenous contractors about late payments and other issues.
First-year kinesiology student Frederick “Fre” Solo has always had a hard time staying grounded. Since he was three years old, his life has been defined by one urge: to climb. Now, he’s set his sights on what he says is the most death-defying stunt on campus: climbing the Aviary.