If you’ve ever walked down Main Mall and had the completely understandable thought of “this campus has a major lack of farm animals,” you’d be wrong. Matter of fact, the UBC Farm is home to one of the mainstays of animal husbandry: 100 clucking chickens.
The Ubyssey will be holding our annual general meeting next Friday and you're invited!
Tyga’s Block Party performance is sure to be one of the more unique ones this semester, as it might heavily feat. the US judicial system.
The candidates will be voted on by students and will be a part of the regular AMS ballot open from March 11 to 15.
Speedcubing, sometimes called cubing, is the sport of solving a puzzle cube as fast as possible and has been around since the early 1980s.
With an especially long campaign period — February 25 to March 15 — and a voting period of a week from March 11 to 15, we better start making sense of all this. The deluge of posters and Facebook events is a sensory overload that few people are able to discern.
Buy your tickets home and get that summer job lined up, because the end of the academic year just got a little more clear.
After the four-hour orientation workshop, we allow students and their parents to wander around campus, pointing out fun landmarks like the Ladner clock tower or a building with lots of windows. This is great for students who like to distract their parents from their alcohol consumption that is causing their grades to fall dramatically.
This is our non-comprehensive list of universities ranked by motto. After having read this list, you will be able to find the perfect university to send your child to if mottos are all you care about.
The food is from a registered kitchen and fully permitted by Vancouver Coastal Health and in the past has served a nice spread of Indian food and chai.
Given that UBC-centric memes are always successful in some way or another, we decided to take a crack at creating a successful and sharable meme. Below you'll see some pictures that you should be fully justified in sharing with your friends, family and religious community leaders.
As of January 16, you’ll be able to waltz into that fourth floor bar and demand a burger that lacks animal protein and the person at the register will be forced to give it to you in exchange for money.
You’ve probably walked by this thing a bunch of times. You’ve probably thought “I wonder what this damn thing is,” and “What’s its purpose?” We here at The Ubyssey are similarly confused and want answers.
To recap, the pros of this development: bagels, roasted red pepper gouda soup, ham and swiss, hashbrowns, pretzel turkey bacon Grilled bagels. Cons of this development: None.
“It’s something I take at heart, not just learning it in a classroom but also living it in my everyday life.”