Mooncake Festival Brings Peace, Prosperity and Success to Start Off the School Year
Youth Championing Inclusive Access to STEM Learning
Putting yourself out there can be daunting, especially in pandemic times and when the local language is not your first language.
Walking into the world-renowned Museum of Anthropology (MOA) is exciting — there are so many intriguing things to explore, and it can be hard to choose where to start.
How two friends are sharing their passion for art and babysitting with the community.
UBC is aiming to reduce automobile trips by encouraging more sustainable modes of transportation like transit, biking, and walking. However, some people still need to drive to campus.
This past winter, we put a call out to the UBC community for submissions of their original artwork and animations with a particular question in mind: How do you help others Thrive?
The Inspiring Community grant supports UBC, UNA and Musqueam community members with up to $500
by Liam Hart, Public Space Animator
Every February, a family-friendly arts festival happens in the winding modernist pathways of the Arts & Culture District on UBC’s Vancouver campus.