Artisan cheeses from Salt Spring Island and Hornby Island jams sell like hotcakes at farmers’ markets.
New arrivals are helping UBC students understand patient needs
Researchers of the GECKO Project lead the first study
of how life experiences shape who we are
Reflections on academic life. A close encounter with a prince
Catherine Dauvergne says fears that Canada’s refugee system is a back door for terrorists are grossly exaggerated
A new online cultural resource is a reflection of UBC’s strong ties and support for a devastated country
Student leaders from
around the world are
travelling to UBC this month
to try to tackle the world’s
top energy problems
Strolling by UBC’s Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (CIRS), most passers-by probably won’t be aware that there is a 90m well nearby that penetrates straight through rock and clay to the aquifer below.
Are women’s dreams of finding
their own Prince William or
Mr. Darcy making them susceptible
to Internet Lotharios?
A woman looks at the camera and says, “Only death awaits us here.”
AWARDS Museum of Anthropology wins prestigious award The Globe and Mail, Canadian Architect, Vancouver Sun and others reported that UBC’s Museum of Anthropology was one of four buildings to win […]
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