What makes a city livable?
Cities are home to a growing majority of the global population. How they are designed and managed is key not only to the quality of human life, but also to our ability to thrive in the future.
There may be no such thing, but Vancouver has shown the world an admirable model.
The university often ranks as one of the most filmed locations in the world.
Cultural and systemic factors affect professional men’s ice-hockey players seeking help.
UBC alumni Zoë Craig-Sparrow and Candice Loring share what’s needed to tackle career barriers.
On Sept. 24, Santa J. Ono and Lesley Cormack together unveiled FORWARD, the campaign for UBC.
To counter the “Great Resignation,” managers need to buck the status quo and make staff...
A 90-year-old internee, who overcame hardships to achieve his education and career goals...
A UBC student project will divert 146 kilograms of plastic waste from landfills.
The new Beyond Tomorrow Scholars Award helps remove financial barriers for Black Canadian...
A new blood test provides unprecedented insight into a patient’s cancer make-up.
AI–generated text will soon be indistinguishable from that written by a person.
Poverty and inequality have resulted in unequal access to the Earth’s bounty.
Landscape design has been used as a tool to achieve military objectives.
A UBCO researcher has created hundreds of scenarios, and determined the importance of coral...
UBC researchers are navigating what’s called “the last and grandest biological frontier.”
alumni UBC’s afterwords is a digital conversation series that shares the stories of some of UBC Okanagan’s extraordinary alumni.
Meet a UBCO alum who took on the challenge of starting her own business during the pandemic.
UBC grads defining the future
Linguist Sonja Thoma is supporting the revitalization of Indigenous languages.
News from your old classmates
One pressing question. Multiple expert perspectives.
Six UBC faculty and alumni weigh in on this important question.
Lives and Legacies
Insider travel tips from alumni in the know
Mikaela Gauer (BA’08) is a creative director and photographer, who has been living in New York City for the past 14 years.
What three words best describe New York City?
Magical urban jungle.
How did you come to live in New York City?
A message from UBC President and Vice-Chancellor Santa J. Ono
UBC President and Vice-Chancellor Santa J. Ono
A non-credit test of your UBC smarts
1. This January, the UBC Library acquired a Shakespeare First Folio. Which...
A glance into UBC’s past
In the decade between 1968 and 1978, the UBC Library added as many volumes to its collection as...
More show, less tell
The newest member of UBC’s Athletics & Recreation team is a line-painting robot.
Q&As featuring well-known individuals with a UBC connection
Loves Earth, despises open cupboards.