There may be no such thing, but Vancouver has shown the world an admirable model.
AI–generated text will soon be indistinguishable from that written by a person.
Check out these emerging and established dragsters from UBC who know how to werk it.
Writers have explored how abortion becomes entangled with how we shape the future.
Here’s a look at UBC individuals who pursued careers in Cantopop, K-pop, and more.
Read all about queer experiences in these new books by UBC faculty and alumni.
There is a deep irony when it comes to Shakespeare and Black people.
This extremely rare book was published in 1623, seven years after the playwright’s death.
The pandemic has spawned a sewing surge and a chance to rediscover the practical arts.
UBCO FCCS launches a new residency program for artists, writers and performers.
Kent Monkman is changing the way people look at Canadian history.
Danny Ramadan, MFA’20, is an award-winning novelist, speaker, and LGBTQ-refugee activist.
A new exhibit on Chinese immigration and BC highlights belonging, racism, and resilience.
The Atlantic named a short story collection by Doretta Lau as one of 2014’s best books.
Hinda Avery, PhD’93, makes a case for elderhood, activism, and comics.
Gregory Middleton, BA’89, creates magic through the lens.