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Arts

embrace joy (and trains)

There is a certain nostalgia that we have for the early days of the pandemic. For a few months, so many of us had, besides dread, nothing to do. Apart from the poorly appreciated “essential workers,” mostly everyone spent April and May of 2020 sitting around, making extravagant breakfasts, wandering the streets of their neighbourhood, and learning to bake sourdough.
Campus Life

Sustainable Living 101: Let’s discuss composting!

“What?! UBCO has a composting program on campus?”
Features

UBC’s Action Against Institutional Racism: A Deep Dive Into The Anti-Racism and Inclusion Excellence Task Force

Only by understanding the work that was done, and holding the university accountable for implementing the recommendations, can we ensure that the time and energy that was spent does not go to waste.
Arts

A Standing Ovation for the Stand-up and Comedy Scene in Kelowna

“The idea of being delighted by the incongruous is at the heart of the best standup.” – Sarah Cipes
Sports

25 Hour E-sport Extravaganza: E-sports and Games Clubs Play for Charity

Though I did not spend the whole 25 hours there, the time I spent was marked by a welcoming atmosphere where new adventures on either type of board (game or keyboard) could be started, or where you could simply bear witness to others playing while building friendships with other attendees.
Campus Life

Diwali Away From Home

Home is not a place; it is a feeling.

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