Nosh Hunt is the official culture quest across campus and the surrounding areas for the best food UBC has to offer. Writers pit three versions of one meal up against each other and let you know where you should be noshing.
That feeling of taking the first sip of lemonade on a breezy summer day is just one zesty bite away. We thought a sweet and tangy snack could help you push through the dark, cold, wet days ahead, so we scoped out the best lemon bars on campus to treat your seasonal woes.
With refined palates like mine — or pickiness, as described by my mother — it can be difficult to find a meal on campus. Grilled cheese is an old staple that will never disappoint me... except when it does.
The middle of the term always comes with increased stress and countless hours spent in the library, but there is one comfort food that many students reach for in order to survive this demanding part of the year: ramen.
Some may search out an iced strawberry oat matcha latte from one of the abundant Starbucks locations in Vancouver, but if you’re a fan of the concept but not the execution, you might be looking for something else to fill that 16oz, caffeine-craving hole in your heart.
When I’m frustrated with Math 104 or stressed out about life in general, I know a salad isn’t going to satisfy my cravings. I tried out chicken strips from three different places across campus — I know there are many more, but I started with the basics.