438 Days in an Egyptian Jail
Journalist Mohamed Fahmy talks about his wrongful incarceration and recent release, and how he is advocating on behalf of other innocent detainees.
Living in Fear
In many countries, people with albinism are subject to discrimination, social exclusion, and even deadly attacks. Ikponwosa Ero, BA’04, has been appointed by the UN to help protect their human rights.
To Divest or Not to Divest?
UBC’s Board of Governors has decided not to divest from the fossil fuel industry. The following article, published shortly before the decision, explores the many issues involved.
100 Years of Fashion at UBC
From men’s swimsuits with skirts to spiral perms and bell-bottoms, here’s a look back at a century of style at UBC.
An acrobat and a creative writer who met on their first day as students at UBC joined forces 10 years later to create a unique theatrical performance.
Find a volunteer opportunity to match your skills
UBC’s project-sharing platform, your evolution, has a new feature to better connect volunteers and project leaders.
The Last Word
With Rick Hansen, BPE’86, LLD’87
Q: If you could invent something, what would it be?
A: Something that would put the wheelchair in a museum.