What makes a city livable?
Cities are home to a growing majority of the global population. How they are designed and managed is key not only to the quality of human life, but also to our ability to thrive in the future.
There may be no such thing, but Vancouver has shown the world an admirable model.
Check out these emerging and established dragsters from UBC who know how to werk it.
Cycling could offer public officials a way to address convergent crises.
Low star ratings and negative comments from unsatisfied customers can have an impact on...
UBC Okanagan is expanding to downtown Kelowna, reinforcing its community ties.
Anyone can learn how to be innovative — and use that ability to overcome everyday challenges.
Congratulations to Dr. Nelly Auersperg, the recipient of the 2022 Great Trekker Award.
Using VR and AR for outdoor education can boost knowledge, access, and well-being.
The new Beyond Tomorrow Scholars Award helps remove financial barriers for Black Canadian...
Free-roaming domestic animals can transfer infectious parasites and diseases like rabies.
A new group of vital contributors are shaping what journalism could and should do.
For some disabled people, the flexible plastic straw is life-sustaining.
The pandemic has exacerbated high levels of errors and mistreatment in health care.
Dr. Horacio Bach discusses vaccination against the latest variants of SARS-CoV-2.
AI–generated text will soon be indistinguishable from that written by a person.
alumni UBC’s afterwords is a digital conversation series that shares the stories of some of UBC Okanagan’s extraordinary alumni.
A UBCO alum shares her journey to becoming a multi-disciplinary visual artist.
UBC grads defining the future
Linguist Sonja Thoma is supporting the revitalization of Indigenous languages.
News from your old classmates
One pressing question. Multiple expert perspectives.
Six UBC faculty and alumni weigh in on this important question.
Lives and Legacies
Insider travel tips from alumni in the know
UBC alum and Hollywood filmmaker Cole Walliser (BA’05) takes you on a tour of his famed city.
A message from UBC President and Vice-Chancellor Santa J. Ono
UBC President and Vice-Chancellor Santa J. Ono
A non-credit test of your UBC smarts
1. This January, the UBC Library acquired a Shakespeare First Folio. Which...
A glance into UBC’s past
In the decade between 1968 and 1978, the UBC Library added as many volumes to its collection as...
More show, less tell
The newest member of UBC’s Athletics & Recreation team is a line-painting robot.
Q&As featuring well-known individuals with a UBC connection
Loves Earth, despises open cupboards.