New to UBC
By guest contributor on 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.
By guest contributor on 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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By guest contributor on 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!
By guest contributor on February 21, 2023
If you’re staying in Kelowna for reading week, worry not. There’s so much to do in this beautiful city, even if you’re on a budget (like me).
By guest contributor on 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!
By guest contributor on 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!
By guest contributor on August 31, 2022
Moving into residence? You’ll probably have some questions. While some of them will be better answered when you get here, there are a few things you should know as you prepare to get settled in the Okanagan.
By guest contributor on August 5, 2022
Moved out of your parent’s house or living off-campus for the first time and feeling a little overwhelmed? Living off-campus has many perks, but there are some challenges too. Check out these valuable life hacks.