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.
“As far as we are concerned, nothing is off the table. That is, of course, until we steal it off the table.”
You see, I didn’t get myself into this situation just by chance. It’s my own gosh-darn fault.
In a budding student-led campus greenification initiative, a troupe of anonymous UBC students have taken it upon themselves to bring even more vegetation to campus.
"This decision was made in consultation with [millionaires] the Deans on both campuses, [nerds] academic heads and directors, [kiss-asses] student leadership, union groups and associations."
Finally getting to work outside of the hat was supposed to be the best day of my life.
A metal pole in the Buchanan courtyard technically cannot be labeled a “French teacher from France” unless it is a French teacher from the France region of Europe.
The fire response committee told students to come back to Vancouver after the break and wait a week or two until the fire got a little less hot.
I decided to write one last letter to ask for one last thing before I went off to university and left my Santa-believing days behind me. I asked to be admitted to UBC.
If UBC just returns the land, maybe they could stop raising tuition, or build more affordable housing or maybe even mediate food insecurity on campus.
Stanley Park’s infamous Good Boys have traveled all the way out to the coast to meet us.
Here are some Ubyssey news headlines that were so good and so absurd that we wish we’d come up with them ourselves!
Never would I ever expect the rustling to be my bestie, my partner-in-crime, my sister from another mister!
I know you’re about to say something stupid, like “why do you keep doing this if your laptop keyboard is, at this point, one-half hardware and one-half sauce?”
The steel ring of red bells in harmony with the chorus of depressed university students bemoaning their 8 a.m. classes is to me what I imagine Mozart is to old people.
From learning who you are to what you want to do with your life, the people you surround yourself with really make the time count for something – good or bad.