A crowd of thousands marched through Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside to honour the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls on Tuesday, February 14.
Going abroad for university can be an exciting experience. It can also create a longing for the home left behind — especially if loved ones back home are experiencing hardship. Here are the stories of two UBC international students whose time in Canada has led them to reshape their definitions of home.
The home that stays with you no matter what is your own body. And, just like the paint colour, furniture or even the floor plan of your house might change, the foundation remains the same.
There are countless sayings about home because it is central to our lives and who we are. It can be a literal abode, a person or even a feeling. Here is how three UBC students define home.
In the past few weeks, UBC students have held sit-ins, blocked traffic and set up public art as part a national movement in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en.
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Here's how The Ubyssey's photographers captured UBC's snow-covered campus on February 12, 2019.
Organized by March On Vancouver, the demonstration began with speeches on Jack Poole plaza before making a short circuit through downtown.