Lay of the Land
What do geoscience and unicycling have in common? More than you’d think, according to Kris Holm.
Along with 4,000 other hopefuls, Gavin Tansley applied to become one of Canada’s next astronauts.
Sorting it Out
Louise Schwarz started her recycling business back in the 1980s, when blue boxes were still a rarity and landfills festered unchecked.
Amani Saini is on a mission to prevent one of Canada’s leading causes of death.
Small City, Big Ideas
How UBC campuses are modelling sustainable urban transformation
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Kris Holm, MSc’02, unicycling in Bhutan. (Photo: Sean F. White)
The Last Word with Duncan McCue, LLB’96
Q: Name the skill or talent you would most like to have.
A: To stickhandle without looking at the puck and deke a goalie out of his jockstrap, while doing my own play-by-play in Anisinaabemowin (the Ojibway language).
Lens on Life
Genocide scholar Adam Jones balances the serious nature of his research with prolific travel and photography.