“I put down the novel,” Williams said in an interview with The Ubyssey, “and started writing these essays about race.”
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Spinning you Home, written by playwright Sally Stubbs and directed by UBC bachelor and masters of fine arts alum Sarah Rodgers, tells a heartwarming story, woven together by meaningful promises and serendipitous connections.
I could feel the little moments of shuffling anticipation bubbling in the air.
The dimming, agèd lights/ of the basement floor of Koerner Library.
At a film screening in Sarajevo, Drljača said that youth saw themselves reflected. “They’ve seen the story lines amongst their circles of friends.”
In case you are a little tired of visiting Stars Hollow and the Dunder Mifflin office and want to diversify your show viewing experience, here is a list of shows that students on campus have been watching.
"Online, we saw the pets, the dogs and cats,/ But often watched alone in bluish glare."
Translating a millennia-old theatrical work both into contemporary language and onto the contemporary stage is no small task, and one that requires immense creativity and artistic discretion.
The ‘Indigenous child removal system’ is a term coined by Sinclair to describe the relationship between the residential school system and the child welfare system.
What better way is there to fill those long walks across campus than by listening to your favourite music?
Today, we’ll start with the essentials that you will need to begin your dorm room cooking journey. We’ll cover some appliances and cupboard basics that are so versatile you’ll be able to make a number of dishes in no time!
During a time of pandemic-induced uncertainty and isolation from the rest of the world, TikTok created a kind of escape for Kohli.
When asked why she chose the 1920s in particular as a focus for A Toast to Prohibition, Gall admitted her reasoning was a marriage of both personal and professional interests.
Using actual East Vancouver cafés, Café Deux Soleils and Joe's Café, as the show’s backdrop grounded the performance in the local area.
For BC Culture Days, Kenthen Thomas wishes to demonstrate the beauty and value of storytelling through stories called “Legends That Teach.”