New to UBC
December 5, 2023
An easy way you can combat the feeling of being disconnected is by finding new ways to reconnect. On that journey, you can also find your own version of home and create new traditions, recipes, and games that can be yours for all the years to come. Homesickness is not a bad thing at all. In fact, once you figure out how to become friends with your homesickness, you are in for a wonderful journey of self-discovery. Here are some tips that you can use to navigate homesickness.
September 7, 2023
Moved into a new space? Second-year student, Kiki, has great tips to transform your space from a drab Mojo Dojo Casa house to a vibrant Barbie Dreamhouse.
September 6, 2023
The start of a new school year can mean new friends, but it also might mean leaving some old ones behind. Whether you’re maintaining your friendships you’ve made from school or from home, here are some ways my friends and I have come up with to keep these good vibes going.
June 14, 2023
If you’re thinking “ugh, I’m bored, where can I go to in Kelowna this summer?” then keep reading! I took it upon myself to try to cure our collective boredom and explore and document fun places in this beautiful town to share with you all, you’re welcome (wink). Let’s get started, shall we? PS: This […]
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February 28, 2023
One of the best things I did last term was visit a Learning Strategist at the Student Learning Hub to help me devise a plan to exit my flop era and enter my SLAY ERA!
September 13, 2022
School is here, and classes are starting to get serious. You may be thinking about where you could see yourself studying (or trying to) this year. Whether you’re new to campus or just looking for a change, take this quiz and find out which campus study spot could suit you best!
September 7, 2022
If you’re new to residence this year, chances are you’re worried about what settling in is going to look like. Read tips from a returning Residence Advisor on how you can meet and make friends in residence!