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An Arts Student Attends LFS Week

An Arts Student Attends LFS Week

Ever consider checking out another faculty’s spirit week? Find out what it was like for an Arts student to attend LFS Week.


Top 10 UBC Events to Attend in February 2019

Top 10 UBC Events to Attend in February 2019

This month, enjoy an array of experiences from world-renown speakers to sustainability-focused events.


10 UBC Clubs Worth Joining

10 UBC Clubs Worth Joining

Were you overwhelmed by Clubs Days? Still don’t know which clubs to join? Here are some potential options.


Recap: 2019 Winter Classic

Recap: 2019 Winter Classic

Join Julia as she explores the (sold out) 2019 Winter Classic at the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Arena.


Upcoming UBC Recreation Events

Upcoming UBC Recreation Events

With second semester underway, there is no shortage of UBC REC Events to experience. From classics such as Storm the Wall to a free yoga dance party – there is something for everyone!


Top 10 UBC Events to Attend in January 2019

Top 10 UBC Events to Attend in January 2019

This month, attend UBC’s biggest hockey game, the Winter Classic, check out the opening reception to a new exhibition at the Belkin Art Gallery, and much more.


6 Holiday-Themed Events to Attend with UBC

6 Holiday-Themed Events to Attend with UBC

From family wreath-making to classical music, UBC has a wide range of holiday-themed events to check out.


De-stressing with Paint at Pastels and Pinot

De-stressing with Paint at Pastels and Pinot

Pastels and Pinot is a recurring event by AMS Events that has two basic elements: painting and wine.


Top 10 UBC Events to Attend in December 2018

Top 10 UBC Events to Attend in December 2018

This month, enjoy the holidays and a break from school and work by checking out these great events–and by spending time with friends and family, of course.


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Shooting for the Cure with the UBC Thunderbirds

For some reason I’ve gone 4 years at UBC without attending a single Thunderbirds game.


Make the most of Fall Graduation

Make the most of Fall Graduation

There are some things to plan for and look forward to that will make your graduation day extra special.


5 Upcoming Film Screenings at UBC, November 2018

5 Upcoming Film Screenings at UBC, November 2018

Finish the term off right by checking out some film screenings on campus. 


Much Ado About Nothing: Bringing Shakespeare to an Understandable Level

Much Ado About Nothing: Bringing Shakespeare to an Understandable Level

Before opening night of Much Ado About Nothing, I got the chance to ask actors Gray Clark and Jodi Margit some burning queries in another round of Quick Questions!


Top 10 UBC Events to Attend in November 2018

Top 10 UBC Events to Attend in November 2018

This November, check out Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on campus. Plus, attend a memorial service for remembrance day, and check out some public lectures.


Soldiers observe Remembrance Day at UBC

UBC Remembers

This year, 2018 will mark sixty-seven years that The University of British Columbia has hosted a Remembrance Day ceremony.


Experience “The potential is yours” campaign at Lumiere Vancouver

Experience “The potential is yours” campaign at Lumiere Vancouver

The University of British Columbia is proud to sponsor and participate in Lumiere Vancouver. Interact with  “The potential is yours” campaign during three nights of special, outdoor interactive video installations in Vancouver.


Halloween 2018: What’s Happening at UBC?

Halloween 2018: What’s Happening at UBC?

Haven’t decided what to do for Halloween yet? Here’s a run-down of some campus events.


What is the Amazing Chase?

What is the Amazing Chase?

On Thursday, October 25th, UBC Recreation is introducing a new event for students called “The Amazing Chase”.


I sat through an extra lecture at UBC and why you should too

I sat through an extra lecture at UBC and why you should too

A few weeks ago, I looked through the upcoming public lectures happening at UBC and found one that interested me. This talk, The More Who Die, the Less We Care, featured speaker Paul Slovic, a professor of psychology from the University of Oregon.


WOMEN DELIVER 2019

WOMEN DELIVER 2019

Explore what’s happening at UBC Vancouver is hosting Women Deliver 2019 — the world’s largest conference on gender equality and the health, rights and wellbeing of women and girls. To mark the occasion, people across UBC are organizing events and initiatives that advance the conversation in the lead up to June 2019. Students, staff, faculty, […]


Beastly Habits: Exploring the use of animals in fashion

Beastly Habits: Exploring the use of animals in fashion

Beastly Habits was a fashion show with a twist: all of the outfits featured articles of clothing that were once living things, from monkeys to bears to armadillos.


Should B.C. Change its Voting System?

Should B.C. Change its Voting System?

Join us in downtown Vancouver to weigh the evidence and inform your referendum choice this fall.


13 Upcoming Public Lectures with UBC – October 2018

13 Upcoming Public Lectures with UBC – October 2018

This fall, expand your mind by checking out some public lectures with UBC. All of these talks feature fascinating speakers, and regardless of your interests, you’ll be able to find something that speaks to you. Here is our top 13 picks for fall of 2018.


Top 10 UBC Events to Attend in October 2018

Top 10 UBC Events to Attend in October 2018

Welcome fall to UBC with open arms by checking out these events! The classic UBC Apple Festival is back, plus the pumpkin run, academic talks, and more!


How still and quiet it is: Beckett 18

How still and quiet it is: Beckett 18

If you’ve never been to a Beckett show before, go in with an open mind – it might be very different from any other piece of theatre you’ve seen.