Setting Sights on Alien Oceans
Dorothy believed “There’s no place like home.” Astronomers are looking to prove her wrong.
Artificial intelligence is changing life as we know it. Will it be for the better?
Chris Friesen, BA’88, is heading a new approach for the integration of refugees into Canadian society.
Hiligaxste’: Leader of Men
Canada’s new Justice Minister, Jody Wilson-Raybould, LLB’99, was born to lead.
Out on a Limb
UBC’s Botanical Garden is preventing the extinction of rare and endangered plants.
The Class of 1916
Irene Menzies, BA’16, kept a scrapbook about her fellow grads.
When I was a Student
Tales from student life
Alysha Connor is enjoying her first year at the university her great great grandfather helped establish 100 years ago.
The Last Word with William Shatner
Q: Actor, director, author, singer. Is there anything else you’d like to try?
A: Holding my breath under water for four minutes.
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UBC100: What's Next?
On Saturday, May 28th, we're closing out UBC's Centennial with a day of exploring the future.
Emerging Fields and Breakthrough Discoveries
How research is changing our quality and experience of life
The Tall and the Small
Two novel approaches to student housing
What will you be teaching or researching in 100 years?
UBC profs imagine the future