Jake Guy is not your typical UBC Psychology student. By day, he’s prepping for his next class. By night, he’s prepping for his next big audition. In an episode of “Draw My Student Life,” Jake offers some insight on his first-year experience at UBC. Listen to what he had to say about UBC Psychology shaping his outlook on life and his future acting career.
“Hi. Excuse me.”
As I sat on a blanket on Second Beach watching the sunset, two complete strangers were trying desperately to grab my attention.
In a world where political divides are growing wider, a new UBC Psychology study seeks to encourage climate change action amongst both liberals and conservatives.
A new multi-faculty project holds the key to understanding how opera shapes learning and cognition.
Groovy moods and psychedelic vibes ruled the cosmos on Friday, May 3, 2019, as the Department of Psychology celebrated their annual Psychfest.
In a world where happiness seems to be the most elusive ideal, UBC social psychologist Elizabeth Dunn studies the secrets to achieving it.
UBC Psychology graduate students, Ryan Dwyer and Alexander Terpstra, have received the prestigious 2019 Vanier Canada Graduate Fellowship.
A new study on the effects of Tylenol has big implications on task-related attention.
The paper, which was published in the Frontiers of Neuroscience, claims that Tylenol can affect a person’s ability to concentrate.
Shawn Mendes rocked out to a packed concert at Rogers Arena on Friday. The night started off with Mendes’ band playing an instrumental introduction. Within seconds, the stage opened up, Mendes slowly ascended the stairs and immediately began to play “Lost in Japan.”
A large warehouse sits next to the banks of the Fraser River in Delta, and it’s as grey and ordinary as the others surrounding it. Behind its front door is a melee of bright lights, piles of boxes, a small crew and a model. All is ready for today’s photoshoot. After some last moments of preparation, the model walks onto the set and disrobes to reveal two double-D breasts. She stands confidently in front of the camera. Those breasts, however, are not hers. In fact, they’re detachable.
“Pathways” is the latest work from the acclaimed choreographer, Noam Gagnon. Vision Impure, Gagnon’s dance company, performed the piece for four nights (Mar. 20-23) at the Vancouver International Dance Festival.
Three mannequins stand in the front window at JQ Clothing on Commercial Drive. Two of them are clearly female while one is male and wearing a polka dot dress. Shop owner Corina Peterson is responsible for this idea. She’s trying to be inclusive, one dress at at time, because she wants people in the beginning stages of gender transition to feel welcome in her store.
On Friday (Sept. 14), Ms. Lauryn Hill, the world renowned queen of neo-soul, returned to Vancouver for the third year in a row to perform at Deer Lake Park. Only this time, the R&B singer-songwriter came on the 20th anniversary tour of her debut album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.