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One day, one place: Vancouver

The San Francisco Chronicle listed the Museum of Anthropology at UBC as a must-see when visiting Vancouver.

Why outing a sex worker can have devastating consequences

The Huffington Post cited a study from UBC which looked at sex workers and health care. The article also appeared on Yahoo.

What would happen if the Yellowstone supervolcano exploded?

Johan Gilchrist, a PhD candidate in UBC’s department of earth, ocean and atmospheric sciences,  spoke to CBC’s Quirks and Quarks about the impact on Canada if the Yellowstone supervolcano were […]

UBC Okanagan takes first steps in fielding women’s softball team

Global News reported on UBCO’s new women’s softball team which held a tryout session on Saturday under new coach, Joni Frei.

Herpes in space: How research on astronauts’ ailments can help people back on Earth

Global News cited a study run jointly by UBC and the Canadian Space Agency which investigated how astronauts adapt to life in space. The article also appeared on MSN.

Vikes women spoil UBC’s sweep at 28th Brown Cup Regatta

CHEK News reported that UVic women’s team beat UBC in the Brown Cup, but the UBC men’s team won their race. The story also appeared in the Times Colonist.

Earth Hour 2019: Turning off lights won’t save the planet but these ‘green’ actions will

Global News quoted Seth Wynes, a PhD candidate studying individual carbon emissions at UBC, in an article about ways to help the environment. Wynes said that turning off lights in the […]

Profile of Robert Lee

The Vancouver Sun published an article about Robert Lee, the visionary who developed Wesbrook Village at UBC. The article also appeared in The Province.

Rolling better joints and saving lives

The Tyee reported on an event at UBC organized by AMS Vice, a student-run organization. The event aims to “help students find their balance with drugs, alcohol, and tech.”