The Vancouver Art Gallery’s new major exhibition Uninvited: Canadian Women Artists in the Modern Movement presents an immense range of artistic production and female creativity.
To celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21, local movie theatre The Cinematheque and the UBC Public Humanities Hub collaborated to present the 2016 film Maliglutit (ᒪᓕᒡᓗᑎᑦ), or “Searchers”, by acclaimed Inuit directors Zacharias Kunuk and Natar Ungalaaq.
Being an international student from Vietnam, I have always been aware of my positionality as an outsider in British Columbia.
Though the Vancouver of today carries the weight of more than a century of development, the history and planning policies that have made its individual neighbourhoods what they are today are rarely obvious at first glance.
Weddings and divorces. Birthdays and funerals. They happen in close proximity.
The punky “brutal” kicked off her performance, with punchy guitar notes juxtaposing vulnerable lyrics, such as “They say these are the golden years / But I wish I could disappear.”
Patricia Hoy was not merely playing the piano with her fingers, she was playing with her entire being.
Sica.co accepted cash and I had the exact amount of change! It was meant to be.
The sold-out event included six one-act plays, all of which were written and directed by UBC students.
In the story of hominin evolution, Homo sapiens are not necessarily the main characters.
The exhibit is set to open on March 31 and will run until September 2023.
I think we should start reconsidering the way we handle grades. Something about it is just off.
To me, it doesn’t feel like a ‘return’ to anything but rather a renaissance.
Licorice Pizza was definitely my most anticipated film of the year, and it did not disappoint.
With finals right around the corner, why not take a few minutes to sit back, relax and read through The Ubyssey's collection of spring haikus?
The Asian Centre opened in 1981, and since then it has been an important location for those learning about and researching Asia and Asian heritage.
This year’s topic is Animal Sentience and Cognition: Reframing our Communication with Animals.
A review from NPR embedded in the program’s text declared it a synthesis between 70’s rock and Indigenous folk music — what could that possibly sound like?
The BDSA is organizing the Boishakhi Mela to ring in the Bengali New Year on March 26 in the plaza outside the Nest.