We’re not at the end of our strange tournament to crown Canada’s most memorable TV show in English, which ended […]
Remember earlier in this when people were choked up about trifling matters like Today’s Special going out in the first […]
Things we learned, after a personal lark became a national argument: It's the debate that will bring us together and […]
I’ll get straight to the point: you know what hasn’t been done before? A public vote, in the digital age, […]
A day at the PNE is wonderful and exhausting for many reasons, but one of them is that there is […]
The PNE is many things: an institution, a two-week fair at the end of the summer that people from all […]
#900 — Tell Her About It, Billy Joel (1983) Things that are good: Billy Joel, early 60s Motown, Billy Joel […]
#925 — Another One Bites The Dust, Queen (1980) Queen is, and always will be, a great gateway rock band, […]
#950 — I Can See Clearly Now, Jimmy Cliff (1993) So for a while I thought I enjoyed this song […]
#980 — Dream On, Aerosmith (1973) There was a time that I listened to FAR too much derivative Aerosmith, and […]
#990 – SOS, ABBA (1975) It took me a long time to like ABBA. Part of it is because they’re […]
#1000 – In My Life, The Beatles (1965) The first hint that my music tastes tend towards that of a […]
The scope of UBC’s transformation over the last 30 years is almost with precedent in North America. To wit, some […]
It's time to celebrate our 14th Prime Minister, Canadian archetypes, and not shooting people.
Some Liberals are better at Twitter than others. And some tweets say more about a government's priorities than others.
Some things to consider about Martha Piper, post-secondary education planning in the 21st century, and the UBC Board of Governors, as we gaze into the void