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.
Let me take you through my journey to radically and anti-oppressively get my neighbours to shut the fuck up.
What do I do if I want to get a little creeped out, but I can barely lift a Stephen King book, let alone read it?
It was finals week April 2021, deep into online school. Sage Houston raced to finish her final essays for her history and political science courses. Mid-essay, her MacBook unexpectedly shut down and refused to boot back up again.
The Ubyssey has some recommendations for music, movies and more in the first couple weeks of September.
“Mosquitoes serve literally no ecological purpose other than to make my life miserable,” said Lin-Mode in an interview, itching furiously. “The data is clear.”
After a late start, summer is finally heating up — maybe too much, considering last week’s combination of a heat wave and a packed Pride weekend. Happily, Vancouver’s arts and culture calendar is heating up too.
On June 28, a group of protestors gathered outside BC Attorney General and MLA David Eby’s Broadway office to advocate against the criminalization of the 15 land defenders facing charges for protesting the Coastal GasLink (CGL) pipeline on Wet’suwet’en territory.
Following the record-breaking summer 2021 heat wave, UBC is gearing up for potential high temperatures in July and August.
With Vancouver’s annual Pride parade not until July 31st, here are some events to check out to celebrate in the meantime.
UBC researchers want to map the smell profile of Metro Vancouver — and they need your help to do so.