Spotlight

AMS Council Meeting

Make Your Voice Heard on Campus!The AMS is the highest elected decision-making body of the AMS. It is the Student Council that determines the direction of the Student Society. AMS Executives and Constituents from all facilities comprise Council. Location: Council Chambers on the second floor of the Student Union Building, Room 206 Snacks and Beverages provided! www.amsubc.ca


Opera Teas in the Garden

Opera Teas in the Garden

Opera Teas bring you closer to the music you love, and to the star performers of tomorrow. Light refreshments are served, as you enjoy the magic of opera in a comfortable setting. When you subscribe, you can choose one of our informative, informal Opera Teas for only $10 more.


Arts Last Lecture

Arts Last Lecture

This event is open to all students interested in hearing from former Olympian and World Outgames advocate Mark Tewksbury.


UBC Thunderbirds Baseball

UBC Thunderbirds Baseball

Come out and support your UBC Thunderbirds as they continue their 2010 season with a big game against NAIA powerhouse Lewis-Clark State.
This season marks the first time in UBC Baseball history that all of their home games are being played on campus. Come check out the awesome, all-weather diamond at Thunderbird Park.


UBC Student Film Festival

UBC Student Film Festival

The UBC Film Society will be hosting a student film festival in the Norm Theatre. All students are invited to submit films and attend this FREE event!


Chinese Ensemble: UBC School of Music

Chinese Ensemble: UBC School of Music

As a part of the UBC School of Music Concert series the Chinese Ensemble presents The Butterfly Lovers. It is a story of true love and tragedy.


T-Birds Women’s Golf — CN Gail Moore Intercollegiate

T-Birds Women’s Golf — CN Gail Moore Intercollegiate

Watch the winning T-Birds Women’s Golf team do their thing on home green, fresh from a winning streak, at their only golf tournament of the year here at UBC during Easter Weekend. (Cost: Free.) Fore!


Drawing by Stanley King.

New SUB Architect Selection

The architects of the new Student Union Building will be giving presentations throughout the week of Apr 6 to 9. Help shape the future of living, studying and being on campus for UBC students! (Drawing by Stanley King.)


Campus and Community Planning Transportation Ideas Fair

Campus and Community Planning Transportation Ideas Fair

Student teams have prepared presentations with their thoughts and desires on how we all move in, out and around UBC campus by foot, bike, and transit. $1000 is on the line, come out and support their ideas!


AMS Volunteer Connect Fair

AMS Volunteer Connect Fair

Check out all the opportunities to get involved in your community! For three days, over 30 organizations ranging from all kinds of topics and causes will be in the SUB with information on what they’re doing and how you can help. There’s something for everybody with a bit of time and some heart! (Photo by barnaby_jeans.)


Storm the Wall

Storm the Wall

It’s the event of the year! Storm the Wall will see three teams swim, sprint, cycle and run relay before storming over one of two 12-foot walls in the heart of campus. Cheer them during their magnificent feat of strength and endurance!


Arms and the Man

Arms and the Man

Written by George Bernard Shaw, Directed by Mindy Parfitt
March 17 – 27, 2010 Frederic Wood Theatre, UBC


Student Safety Abroad Info Session

Student Safety Abroad Info Session

Whether you are going somewhere for your research or doing a semester or field school at another school, you’ll want to find out the details around UBC’s new student safety policies. Make sure you know what you need to do and find out how UBC’s helping you play safe away from home at this session in the Centre for Student Involvement. (Photo: stefan.klocek)


Emerging Leaders Club of UBC — Leadership Summit

Emerging Leaders Club of UBC — Leadership Summit

This Leadership Summit organized by UBC students is on the theme of “In the Face of Adversity” and features speakers sharing their unique take on leadership, and describing the skills which helped them achieve success.


International Day for the Elimination of Racism

International Day for the Elimination of Racism

Celebrate making racism a thing of the past with poet Roy Miki and playwright Lynn Manning (pictured) performing his play on racism and disability. Also check out the slam poetry written and performed by UBC students about their experiences of prejudice. (Student participation open until 3pm Monday — details.)


World TB Day at UBC

World TB Day at UBC




International Week

International Week

Don’t miss all the events happening during International Week — see the world without leaving campus! Check out all iWeek events.


Speaker Paul Rusesabagina

Speaker Paul Rusesabagina

This year we are delighted to host an internationally renowned humanitarian and a hero of the Rwandan genocide, Paul Rusesabagina. Mr. Rusesabagina will share his experiences and will be taking questions from the audience.  (Photo by Richard Lowkes)


Blood Donation Clinic

Blood Donation Clinic

Did you know that every minute of every day, someone in Canada needs blood? The University of British Columbia is hosting a blood donation clinic on March 17th from 11:15 am to 4:45 pm at the Life Sciences Building. If you are interested in donating, please schedule an appointment for that day by calling 1.888.2DONATE.


UBC Celebrate Research Week

UBC Celebrate Research Week

All week long, groups around campus will be highlighting the work of researchers breaking ground in all kind of fields! There’s something for everybody.


Hungry 4 Change — Oxfam fundraiser

Hungry 4 Change — Oxfam fundraiser

The UBC Oxfam Club is holding a semi-formal dinner complete with speakers talking about food systems and issues — and don’t forget the live music and awesome Heritage Hall setting. Party in style & support of their efforts to eliminate poverty and inequality!


NOW! UBC Climate Action Conference

NOW! UBC Climate Action Conference

This 2-day conference (free to students) features a number of speakers looking at climate change solutions, challenges, and talks focusing on what actions you can take as an individual led by students and interdisciplinary panels.


INNOVATE Conference

INNOVATE Conference

The Integrated Sciences Students Association is presenting INNOVATE: an integrative conference discussing innovation and technology in the 21st century.