UBC has been around for longer than a century. Read about the people, traditions and events that have shaped its journey to the present.
When classrooms became hospital wards and students became orderlies and nurses
Plans for a clock tower on campus in the 1960s met with student resistance
The first deafblind person to study at a Canadian university was a force to be reckoned with
From the Queen to Chris Hadfield, UBC has hosted some high-profile guests over the decades
Excerpts from a book vividly capturing the student experience at UBC over a century
The origins of “Class Trees” at graduation