Asian Heritage Month is upon us. The Ubyssey has compiled a list of resources within UBC and Metro Vancouver that emphasize education, creativity and support people in cases of anti-Asian racism.
Here are some totally valid reasons why going home is not only an inherently good thing but might even be the best thing for your summer!
During the early days of the pandemic, I became a bit of a beer girl. Now, I’ve really developed a liking for beer, albeit I could not tell you what the difference between a Pilsner and an IPA is, but I'm back to offer my unsolicited opinion about things I'm not qualified to judge!
Here are the editors who will be heading up each section of The Ubyssey over the next year.
Because it is 2018 and nothing matters, the AMS has decided that it would help us all to forget that we’re miserable and stressed out of our minds by having a get together where they spend $15,000 so that students can break a Guinness World Record.
It’s common in TAs and professors but can spread to students as well. Sensitive souls beware.
Drown out any worries you may have about midterms this weekend while getting into school spirit. More so, scare yourself with the hangover the next day and make some of these fun but high-percentage cocktails.
Sometimes you need a little help — and for this midterm season, here are the best tutoring resources available.
Any time a stranger watched me try to dunk or shoot from half-court and barely make the paint, I felt a connection with them.
With Halloween coming up, you might find yourself looking off campus for spooky events that make this time of year so fun. But fear not! There are plenty of spooky sites right here on campus that will help you get in the Halloween spirit.
We hope this prof finds the advice they need.
We get it you’re in a relationship. And being in a relationship on Valentine's Day is the perfect time to be acceptably obnoxious without being called out for it by your fellow peers.
Here are some tips for baking as a student on a budget, and hopefully you can find a baking project that brings you joy through a tumultuous time.
On Wednesdays, the farm journeys to the heart of campus and sets up vendor-style right outside the bookstore. Yesterday, they had a quaint little set up with radishes, strawberries, parsley, thyme and spinach to name just a few.
BC’s Farm Market is back and ready for action. Every Tuesday at 4:30 p.m., Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. and Saturday at 9 a.m., you can find a variety of fresh vegetables, fruit, herbs, flowers and fresh eggs at the Farm Market.
To help you along on your academic crusade, here’s a short list of tips to cut costs in the kitchen while still enjoying a relatively healthy diet.
All products are affordable and healthy. Certain food options offered are stews, curry’s, salads and even baked goods like cookies and waffles.