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Smart Showcase Event Highlights Student Achievements and Community Engagement

The Smart Showcase event served as a testament to the dedication and passion of UBCO students in addressing issues of sustainability and mental health facing both the campus and the broader community.

by
Siya Gupta
Feb 28, 2024
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Arts & Culture

The Year of the Dragon: UBCO’s Chinese and Korean Lunar New Year Celebration

The Year of the Dragon swooped in with a bang. Our campus celebrated the Lunar New Year at an event filled with performances, games and snacks coupled with an educational lens highlighting Korean and Chinese culture.

by
Abdul Amrani
Feb 26, 2024
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Science & Technology

“Analysis Paralysis,” Food Edition: A Deep Dive Into the Anxiety of Consuming

Why do we feel this overwhelming responsibility to consciously consume if the individual choices we make are only based on the available, disappointing reality of the food industry?

by
Ana Mar Picazo
Feb 26, 2024
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Rants

Everyone Needs a Commonplace Book

Having a commonplace book is pretty much common sense.

by
Sarah Meier
Feb 26, 2024
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Opinions

Office Hours 101

Feeling nervous about going to office hours? Don’t worry, I got you! I thought it would be beneficial for every student to have some sort of “Office Hours 101” at their disposal, no matter if you are a first-year student or an upper-year student.

by
Noah Davis
Feb 26, 2024
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Opinions

Submissions for the World

You want people to see the work you create. How do you do that, exactly?

by
Kai Hugessen
Feb 26, 2024
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Features

UBC Okanagan’s HaRT Program: Trailblazing to Address Harm Reduction and Social Justice

The HaRT program at UBC Okanagan plays a crucial role in harm reduction, education, and community support that proactively addresses substance use in the Kelowna community.

by
Sarah Meier
Feb 26, 2024
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Campus Life

Building up UBCO: An update on UBCO’s major ongoing construction projects

UBCO is a constantly growing school. Let’s take a look at just how it’s growing.

by
Kai Hugessen
Feb 26, 2024
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Arts & Culture

Celebrating Culture and Community: The Asian Student Association's Lunar New Year Gala

It was a night of music, dance, and celebration.

by
Siya Gupta
Feb 26, 2024
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Arts & Culture

Beyond Black History Month: Where Black Students Can Find Lasting Community on Campus

As Black History Month comes to a close, we want students to be aware of the spaces and resources available to them beyond the month of February.

by
Kiana Onyango
Feb 26, 2024
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Arts & Culture

Narrative Therapy: Palestinian Storytelling Through Poetry

The “Let It Be a Tale” event organized by members of the UBC community and Faculty for Palestine taught me that narrative therapy is a key factor for survival when it comes to marginalized communities.

by
Noah Davis
Feb 12, 2024
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Rants

(Job) Hunting Season

This semester might feel like a fever dream, but job postings are kicking me back into reality.

by
Sarah Meier
Feb 13, 2024
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Sports

UBC Okanagan Heat Lace Up For Cancer Awareness

On January 26, the Heat women’s basketball team hosted the UBC Vancouver Thunderbirds for the 17th year of Shoot for the Cure and raised over $6,000.

by
Kiana Onyango
Feb 12, 2024
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Sports

Let’s Get Physical: February is Move UBC Month

Move UBC’s goal is to get the campus community engaged in movement, more aware of their sedentary or stationary behaviors, and find ways to include more movement in their day.

by
Kiana Onyango
Feb 12, 2024
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Arts & Culture

The Beats: UBCO’s Noteworthy A Cappella Club

What are The Beats all about? Learn more about their Kelowna performances, the international competition they attend, and how to join in on the music and fun.

by
Abdul Amrani
Feb 5, 2024
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Volunteer Submission

Parties

Being the “party girl” isn’t as glamorous as it may seem.

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Volunteer Submission Writer
Feb 5, 2024
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Science & Technology

The Gender Wage Gap: What It Is, What It Isn’t, and Why You Should Care

The gender wage gap remains an issue for social scientists to stress over, but what is it? Is it as simple as the “83 cents on the dollar” saying?

by
Aleyna Kirilmis
Feb 5, 2024
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Rants

Advocating for Academic Success

Advocating for your academic success is crucial. Only you know what you need. Only you can get what you want.

by
Sarah Meier
Feb 5, 2024
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Opinions

Workshopping Workshops

The act of workshopping is one of the most intimidating, terrifying, and fundamentally worthwhile things that you can do as an artist. Here are some tips and approaches to take when doing so!

by
Kai Hugessen
Feb 5, 2024
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Features

Innovate, Design, Sustain Club Partners with Charity to Build Net-Zero, Accessible Houses for Public Safety Officers

This student club is doing incredible work, helping students get real-world experience while helping communities in need.

by
Siya Gupta
Feb 5, 2024
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Features

What to Expect When You’re Expecting…to Graduate

It’s important to plan for the future, but don’t neglect the present moment and how much you deserve to celebrate yourself for all your dedication and perseverance.

by
Ana Salgado and Ana Mar Picazo
Feb 5, 2024
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Arts & Culture

Turning Point: Ballet Kelowna is Back with 2 World Premieres

Read about the exciting ballet performance Turning Point, why you won’t want to miss it, and the interview we had with choreographer Robert Stephens and his piece Mustard. Find out more about the performance and special student discounts.

by
Abdul Amrani
Feb 5, 2024
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Sports

What Lies Behind the Finish Line

What happens when student-athletes lose the identity we have spent a large portion of our lives living in?

by
Sarah Meier
Jan 22, 2024
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Rants

Why Daylight Savings Makes Me Angry

The sun sets at 4:30 p.m. This is, subjectively, ridiculous, and entirely the fault of Daylight Savings Time. I don’t like it, and here’s why I don’t think you should either.

by
Kai Hugessen
Jan 22, 2024
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Rants

On the Origin of Memes

What does it say about us — that we find so much beauty in the absurd?

by
Ana Mar Picazo
Jan 22, 2024
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Opinions

Are You Rooting for the Anti-hero?: Student Takes on the Taylor Swift Explosion

As I started to get into the school year, I noticed more and more posters pop up advertising Taylor Swift-themed events. I also began to hear more conversations about her music among students on campus.

by
Noah Davis
Jan 22, 2024
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Campus Life

Picnic’s Place in Public

Picnic is a community-oriented space in the University Centre building. But what does that mean, exactly?

by
Kai Hugessen
Jan 22, 2024
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Campus Life

Prices and Payments: What’s Up with UBCO’s Parking?

High parking prices have left some students scratching their heads. Why does it seem to cost so much to park on campus?

by
Kai Hugessen
Jan 22, 2024
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Campus Life

On Enforced Minimalism: Tales of a Nomadic Student

Accumulating things that are not strictly necessary or do not bring you happiness can be a true and complete waste of space and money.

by
Ana Mar Picazo
Jan 22, 2024
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Arts & Culture

La perspective Francophone à Kelowna: Comment survivre dans une communauté anglophone

Quelle est la perspective des francophones et quelles sont les défis de vivre en milieu minoritaire? Apprenez comment surmonter ces défis, faire partie d’un environnement et d’une communauté nourrissant la langue française et la culture francophone.

by
Abdul Amrani
Jan 22, 2024
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Arts & Culture

Highlighting Student Artistic Talent on Campus: Fiction Author Bane Janzen

Explore the fascinating works of one creative student — Bane Janzen. Read about his published short story “What Remains of Edmond Fisk” and his nearly completed novel Valerious.

by
Abdul Amrani
Jan 22, 2024
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Rants

Winter Cinema and Semester Escapism

Christmas is done, but these snow-scattered movies should hold us over until the end of the semester.

by
Sarah Meier
Jan 15, 2024
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Volunteer Submission

Have I Said the Right Words Yet?

75 years of brutal occupation lives deep in my soul. 75 years of brutal occupation chips away at my bones. 75 years of brutal occupation finds a home in my words as they gush out of me. 

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Volunteer Submission Writer
Dec 5, 2023
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Campus Life

Student Activism in Times of Turmoil: UBC’s Hollow Rhetoric and the RBC Off-Campus Movement

While some students feel paralyzed by climate anxiety, others have decided to turn their anxiety into direct action. “We support Indigenous sovereignty, climate action, and student wellbeing, and because of that, we are speaking out against our Student Union’s partnership with RBC.”

by
Ana Mar Picazo and Erin Delfs
Dec 5, 2023
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SUO

Students Raise Their Voices Against Various Issues at the SUO AGM

The student participation at this year’s Annual General Meeting was one of, if not the, highest ever. It is amazing to see students involved, informed, and passionate about student governance.

by
Siya Gupta
Dec 5, 2023
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Features

Freelancing and Freeriding: UBC Okanagan student Mathew Wanbon is making a career out of his passion for the outdoors

Mathew Wanbon is a storyteller, photographer, and action sports enthusiast — and his freelance work allows him to participate in all of these interests at the same time.

by
Ainslie Spence
Dec 5, 2023
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Science & Technology

Let’s Talk Science: An Empowering Volunteering Odyssey for University Students

As we move into a time that is highly interconnected with our knowledge of science it’s important to think about how we communicate this information to younger generations.

by
Ana Mar Picazo
Dec 5, 2023
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Rants

A Value Village Vendetta: Navigating Sustainable Fashion, Rising Prices, and Ethical Considerations

Looking at the thrift stores we visit, it will quickly become apparent that not all are equal.

by
Sarah Meier
Dec 5, 2023
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Opinions

Five of My Favourite Albums to Listen to While Studying

This is an ode to all the first-year students who are struggling with midterms and exams in general, but also to the upper-years who need a bit of comfort-during-study songs! There’s an album for everyone.

by
Noah Davis
Dec 5, 2023
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Opinions

“Winterful” Conditions: Drive Safely This Snowy Season

Even though the sun sets at 4 p.m. now, don’t remain in the dark about winter driving safety.

by
Ainslie Spence
Dec 5, 2023
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Arts & Culture

Hiding From the Duolingo Owl — Five Unconventional Tips to Learn a Language

As someone who speaks a few languages moderately well, I want to tell you that it’s possible, and you need not rely solely on textbooks to learn languages! I’ve compiled a few tips in this article to give you ideas for unconventional ways to learn your target language.

by
Aleyna Kirilmis
Dec 5, 2023
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Rants

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

The temperature has dropped, and will keep dropping. I discuss how that sucks, and what can be done to prepare for it.

by
Kai Hugessen
Nov 22, 2023
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Opinions

To Submit or Not to Submit: Tips to Combat Perfectionism in University

I’m tired of being an academic victim — even when I perform well.

by
Ainslie Spence
Nov 22, 2023
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Arts & Culture

How to Write Transgender Characters

With book banning, and transphobic rhetoric being spread in the United States and Canada, it’s important for transgender people to have representation through literature. It’s also important for transgender allies to advocate for that representation by writing transgender characters and reading transgender literature

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Noah Davis
Nov 22, 2023
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Features

Professor Profile: Get to know Dr. Anita Girvan

Dr. Girvan’s interests include — but are not limited to — environmental and epistemic justice, decolonization, language, metaphor, and coalition-building.

by
Ainslie Spence
Nov 20, 2023
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Science & Technology

An AI 9-5: Beating Gender Bias in a Digital Landscape

“Hey Siri, what are you wearing?” Siri: “Let’s see… OK, just as I thought… the same as yesterday.”

by
Sarah Meier
Nov 20, 2023
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SUO

The SUO Allocates 23K to Train Executives

The SUO spends a significant amount of money to train its Board of Directors. Considering that this comes from money paid by students, some might say that trips to Penticton and Golf Courses seem a bit excessive. Unfortunately, the SUO has no plans to discontinue its lavish traditions.

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Siya Gupta
Nov 20, 2023
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Opinions

The Apathy of Being Apolitical: Why Remaining Neutral During Times of Conflict Is Not an Option

If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.

by
Aleyna Kirilmis
Nov 7, 2023
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Arts & Culture

Ballet Kelowna is Back! Celebrating its 10th Anniversary under Simone Orlando with Rising Action

Ballet Kelowna is about to sweep you off your feet with Rising Action. Get ready for a symphony of movement that promises a mesmerizing dance spectacle to blow you away. Marking the opening of an unforgettable 2023/24 season as Simone’s Orlando’s 10th anniversary directing Kelowna Ballet. Find out more about the performance and special UBC discounts that come along.

by
Abdul Amrani
Nov 2, 2023
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Rants

Unlocking the Doors to University while Living at Home

Adulting with our families can be challenging, but does it always have to be?

by
Sarah Meier
Oct 30, 2023
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Opinions

4 Main Misconceptions about Cannabis

It’s important to remember that cannabis is still a drug with real effects on the individual consumers, and communities of people due to stigma. But, it can also be fun when used safely, and can also be beneficial for various reasons.

by
Noah Davis
Oct 30, 2023
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Opinions

Navigating Sobriety as a University Student

There are plenty of other sober students at UBCO, for a variety of reasons. Some are sober mainly because they have no desire to consume alcohol or cannabis, others because of addiction, and others are sober for religious, cultural and spiritual reasons. All reasons are valid, and can be equally as isolating in an environment where not being sober is the cultural and social norm.

by
Noah Davis
Oct 30, 2023
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News

2023/24 Tuition Consultation Process Raises Questions of Purpose

UBC has announced its yearly tuition consultation for students to share their thoughts on, but many in the campus community wonder just what the point of it is.

by
Kai Hugessen
Oct 30, 2023
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Features

The Unsung Heroines of History: A Glimpse into the Reproductive Technologies Podcast

The enormous impact that reproductive technologies have in our lives is undeniable, but how often do we stop to think about how these came about?

by
Ana Mar Picazo
Oct 30, 2023
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Features

Insta Me Elmo!

Getting UBCO-related information and memes from a muppet on Instagram wasn’t included in my predictions for 2023.

by
Ainslie Spence
Oct 30, 2023
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Volunteer Submission

UBCO BEd Kindness

If a series of small acts could transform our class, just think of how it could impact the UBCO campus community!

by
Calise Stankoven
Oct 24, 2023
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News

So, Why Exactly Did the SUO’s Resource Centers Have a Delayed Opening?

The SUO’s Resource Centers have been closed since the start of the year. Why? And when will they open again?

by
Kai Hugessen
Oct 17, 2023
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Volunteer Submission

Untitled Poem

Volunteer Submission by Courtney Fitzpatrick

by
Courtney Fitzpatrick
Oct 17, 2023
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Volunteer Submission

LIFE, STORMS, AND BEAUTY

Volunteer Submission by ALEXIS: LIFE, STORMS, AND BEAUTY

by
Alexis Volunteer
Oct 17, 2023
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Volunteer Submission

Untitled Photo Essay

Volunteer Submission by India Williams

by
India Williams
Oct 17, 2023
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Sports

UBCO Heat Athletics: A Month of Thrills and Challenges

Let's delve into the thrilling world of UBCO Heat Athletics, where every game is an opportunity to shine, every victory is a testament to dedication, and every challenge is a chance

by
Ansh Tak
Oct 16, 2023
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Opinions

Three Misconceptions about Fanfiction Writing

While discussing this article with students at UBCO, and reflecting on my own personal experience with writing fanfiction, I have come to the conclusion that there are three main misconceptions that surround the idea of fanfiction writing.

by
Noah Davis
Oct 16, 2023
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SUO

SUO Announces $5 Meals

The SUO’s latest campaign provides subsidized plant-based meals to students in an attempt to combat food insecurity by providing affordable and sustainable food options.

by
Siya Gupta
Sep 26, 2023
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Arts & Culture

Let’s Have a Ball! Top places to learn how to ballroom dance in Kelowna

Are you looking for something exciting, different, and fun you can do alone or with a group of friends? Well, look no more. Consider diving into the elegant and rhythmic world of dance in Kelowna!

by
Abdul Amrani
Oct 2, 2023
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SUO

SUO Fieldhouse Recreation Facility Referendum Vote Opens on the 11th of October

The new proposed facility is a student-led initiative. A group of students thought that the campus needed more gym space. Now, everyone gets to decide if they want to pay for it.

by
Siya Gupta
Oct 9, 2023
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Opinions

Dating as a Broke University Student

Dating rituals are simple — meet, talk, flirt, hang out, and sometimes fall in love. Quite the opposite can be true when you are broke and in university.

by
Sarah Meier
Oct 2, 2023
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News

Top dogs ace exams at UBC Okanagan

B.A.R.K. explains how their friendly and easygoing therapy dog-handler teams are assessed for inclusion in the program.

by
Ainslie Spence
Oct 9, 2023
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Arts & Culture

The Frontier Where Feminism Meets Fear: Kelowna's Feminist Horror Festival

At the eerie events of Kelowna's Feminist Horror Festival, fear becomes a tool of empowerment, learning, and exploration of the frightful. Step into a realm where horror meets feminism, transcending the conventional feminist lens, to confront societal fears head-on through terror and horror.

by
Abdul Amrani
Oct 16, 2023
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Campus Life

To Build a Home: The Struggle to Belong in University

Students from all years can be subject to the paralyzing feeling of homesickness. Being stripped away from your comfort zone is no small event.

by
Ana Mar Picazo
Oct 16, 2023
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Features

Standing with The Sikh and BIPOC community

A recent illustration created by a student at the UBC Okanagan campus urges support for the Sikh and BIPOC communities across Kelowna.

by
Sarah Meier
Oct 16, 2023
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News

Meta news ban spurs changes at UBC Okanagan and UBC Vancouver student newspapers

Members of The Phoenix and The Ubyssey teams discuss how Meta’s Canadian news ban in response to Bill C-18 impacts their lives and jobs.

by
Ainslie Spence
Oct 16, 2023
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Opinions

I am a Métis student, and I won’t be afraid to say it anymore.

I often hide my Métis identity, but this article is a step forward for me. I just realized that I want to be able to say that I am Métis, without having to justify it. Without having to explain that I can be white AND Métis. That I can benefit from white privilege, and still be Métis. That I can say that I’m Métis, without having to show you my family tree or my Métis Nation Card.

by
Noah Davis
Apr 13, 2023
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Opinions

Life as a Working Student: How to Balance University with Work

Finding a job during university is one of the many priorities for students, considering the need to make up for living and tuition expenses, or simply add more relevant experience to our resumes.

by
Lois Chan
Apr 13, 2023
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Rants

Roomates from Hell: Don’t Be Scared, But Maybe Rethink Twice Who You Choose to Live with Next Year

Sheets were stained with grease, broken dishes, a hole in the bathroom wall, rotten wood from the window frame (it was open), and my clothes thrown all over the floor…he gaslighted me and told me “It used to look worse.”

by
Ana Salgado
Apr 13, 2023
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News

Okanagan Super Sixers Cricket Tournament

Last year, in 2022, we saw a large crowd of around 500 people coming out to support and watch the three teams, formed by UBCO student associations, take to the Nonis Field for the first ever Okanagan Super Sixers cricket tournament. After a smashing victory by the Pakistan Student Association, the SUO Cricket Club is back with the second Okanagan Super Sixers cricket tournament this month.

by
Anjali Desai
Apr 4, 2023
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Opinions

We Need to Talk About Toxic Masculinity: Is Healthy Masculinity the Move Forward?

I’m expected to stay within the confines of masculinity or I’ll ‘never be seen as a real man’.

by
Ana Salgado
Mar 28, 2023
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Sports

The final frontier of sports.

Even better than the origin story of the worldwide phenomenon is that you — yes, even a sport-averse UBCO student like you — can have the grandest of times.

by
Carlos J. Real Lopez
Mar 22, 2023
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Opinions

In Mexico We Don’t Celebrate International Women’s Day, We Commemorate

Approximately 10 women are killed every day in Mexico, and 2022 marked the most violent year, with a record of 2,807 of women murdered

by
Ana Salgado
Mar 22, 2023
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Campus Life

Relay For Life event 2023

This event is a great way to connect with other students and build a sense of community whilst also making a difference

by
Ana Mar Picazo
Mar 22, 2023
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News

Climate Teach-in 2023

If we don’t talk about climate change, we won't act to stop it.

by
Anjali Desai
Mar 10, 2023
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News

Climate Networking Event

Let us do our part where we can and get involved!

by
Anjali Desai
Mar 10, 2023
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SUO

The Candidates Running for the Director-At-Large Position in the Election 2023–24.

It is crucial that the Director-at-Large is accountable to the student body, and maintains open lines of communication to ensure that their actions and decisions are aligned with the interests and needs of the students they serve. For the student body to exercise its right to vote, they need to be able to make informed decisions.

by
Mashal Narsi
Mar 3, 2023
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SUO

Annual Tuition Increase and the Steps the SUO Has Taken Towards It

On December 5th, 2022, the UBC Board of Governors approved a tuition increase of 2% for domestic students, 3% for international students, and 5% for new international students, despite the majority of the students who opposed the increase in the UBC Tuition Engagement survey. The Phoenix News interviewed SUO Vice President External Cade Desjarlais, who initiated the student union statement that was posted publicly.

by
Mashal Narsi
Mar 3, 2023
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SUO

A Mid-Year Review: How Are Your Elected SUO Executives Performing?

Not all executives’ progress can be easily quantified, but we want to give you an analysis of where they stand on promises they made when you elected them last year during the election period.

by
Mashal Narsi
Mar 2, 2023
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Features

Attention All UBC Students: RESPECT Magazine is Here for You!

Students need to have their voices heard, and this publication is working to make that happen.

by
Rachel Pickard
Feb 27, 2023
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Opinions

On Experiencing Tragedies in Your Home Country While Studying Abroad

“It's a rollercoaster of emotions with mostly pits, but there are moments when the light comes from the dark too.”

by
Aleyna Kirilmis
Feb 27, 2023
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Opinions

It’s Normal to Hate University Sometimes

We’re told that university is the best time of our life. The truth is, sometimes it’s not.

by
Ronnie Cheng
Feb 27, 2023
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News

We believe you!

Break the silence. We are here and we hear. We believe you!

by
Anjali Desai
Feb 27, 2023
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Arts & Culture

We Are Countless: Exploring the Socio-Political Unrest in Iran Through Art

An interview with artist Nassim Pirhadi about her installation at the Kelowna Art Gallery.

by
Ana Salgado
Feb 27, 2023
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Opinions

The 5 things queer students struggle with when dating in university and beyond

The world is notoriously easier to navigate for straight cisgender people, especially when it comes to dating in university. Straight students connect and get to know each other without having to ask whether or not they see each other for who they truly are, or whether or not they are straight. From my experience, and other queer people’s experience, I’ve narrowed it down to five main struggles with queer dating at UBCO.

by
Noah Davis
Feb 13, 2023
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Sports

Love at first strike! Sporting Date Activities

There is no such thing as a Dr. Love, but if there was, they would probably prescribe either of these two plans as a way to share your most valuable resource — time — with either your friends or lovers.

by
Carlos J. Real Lopez
Feb 13, 2023
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Rants

Battle of the Degrees: A Student Hierarchy

I had never doubted my degree choice until I interacted with my fellow university students.

by
Ana Salgado
Jan 28, 2023
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Rants

Lost within myself: having an identity crisis at university

It feels as if I am standing in front of thousands of mirrors and I don’t recognize myself in any of them.

by
Ana Salgado
Jan 26, 2023
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News

Hey, City of Kelowna: Let's Solve the Transit Issue!

Better transit means different things to different people

by
Anjali Desai
Jan 26, 2023
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Campus Life

Holiday Gift Ideas: What to Get Last-Minute For People Who are Impossible to Buy Gifts For

So here are some general gift ideas that you’ll likely find in Kelowna stores without needing to shop online and waiting for more than a week for it to be delivered, panicking about how you should’ve clicked on express shipping or started buying gifts in October

by
Lois Chan
Dec 11, 2022
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Sports

World’s Cup at the O

In the interest of comparison, I decided to attend both a game played by Canada and a game played by other countries as a means of gauging the local interest and delimiting parameters between the different game day atmospheres.

by
Carlos J. Real Lopez
Dec 4, 2022
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Opinions

Navigating Celebrity Fan Culture

The more we follow celebrity gossip and news, the more those celebrities often end up as our lifestyle coaches, role models, or even gods.

by
Lois Chan
Dec 4, 2022
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News

The UBCO community shows their support for protests in China

The lives of people in China rely on worldwide awareness of the situation to hold the Chinese government accountable

by
Ronnie Cheng
Dec 4, 2022
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Features

Is Campus a Safe Space for Everyone? A Conversation with Anti-Abortion Protesters

“I just find that the left are all about tolerance, acceptance, and diversity. But when it comes to somebody thinking or believing differently than them, there's no tolerance at all. There's no tolerance for us. We surely didn't feel accepted or tolerated on campus.”

by
Ana Salgado
Dec 3, 2022
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Arts & Culture

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.

by
Jonathan Van Eslander (volunteer writer)
Nov 28, 2022
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