On the Medal Trail
An international doping scandal has put the purity of the Olympic movement in question, but COC president Tricia Smith still believes in the transformative value of amateur athletics.
The Lucky One
Fort McMurray resident Seville Kwan, BMgt’09, recalls her experiences during the Alberta Wildfire.
The Surprising Psychological Benefits and Risks of Pokémon Go
Two UBC psychology professors assess the pros and cons of a phenomenal new smartphone game, played by millions.
The Art of Balancing
Adam Mertens helped build a community of slackliners on campus. And then he took them to new heights.
Can We Reduce Racial Bias in Children?
A UBC study finds it is possible to combat prejudice in older kids.
Dr. Martha Piper stepped down from her third term as UBC president at the end of June. She says her successor is “the luckiest person in the universe.”
The Last Word with Hayley Wickenheiser, OC, LLD’16
Q: What would be the title of your biography?
A: Gongshow: life on the frozen water
alumni UBC Achievement Awards
This November, alumni UBC will honour eight inspiring members of the UBC community.