This online issue is adapted from the May 2013 print edition of Trek Magazine.
Singer/songwriter Dan Mangan explores his darker side; Daily Planet’s Ziya Tong reveals how she took on UBC Food Services; A recent grad is the pedalling force behind a new resource for cyclists; students explain their research theses in three minutes; 75 years of UBC radio.
Literacy and Peace; Rick Mercer; Clubfoot Doctor (This online issue is adapted from Issue #32 of the print magazine).
Investigative journalism nets 18 arrests in Brazil; Punk filmmaker; Free online courses; 2012 Alumni Achievement Award recipients; and more
Featuring UBC's team at the 2012 Olympics, an alumna who wants recognition, respect and protection for artisanal miners, an evening basketball program for at-risk youth, how UBC has honoured the Japanese Canadian students sent to internment camps during WWII, advocacy for the Downtown East Side, and the Last Word with two of UBC's Olympic swimmers.
Features a photo essay on water use, and articles about the history of invention at UBC, an alumnus' world-wide bike ride for mental health, an innovative water purification technique being used in Haiti and a creative writing partnership. (This online issue is adapted from Issue #31 of the print magazine).
Featuring a discussion of what makes a cult film, the mysterious substance known only as 'dark matter', how an alumnus got to Carnegie Hall, Nardwuar the Human Serviette and more!
Featuring a Grameen Bank intern in Bangladesh, a look at how sound affects us, stories of UBC's cairns and more.
Features articles about disappearing honeybees, the Boomers, Arctic expeditions, restorative justice and more. This issue also introduces the new start an evolution campaign and includes Class Acts, Book Reviews and In Memoriams. (This online issue is adapted from Issue #30 of the print magazine).
Our first online issue! Featuring a death race in Vermont; candid photographs of campus from the early days of UBC; a UBC alumnus who fights for your right to a healthy environment; the 2011 Alumni Achievement Awards winners; a gallery of fascinating photographs from the Beaty Biodiversity Museum, and more.