Buchanan. Gage. Mahony's. Wreck Beach.
If you know what we're talking about, you probably went to UBC. And those are just a few things that make that big, beautiful campus on Vancouver's west side so memorable.
Whether you're heading back to school this September or graduated years ago, revel in your UBC days with these 37 signs that you went there:
You think it's normal to drive 10 minutes through a rainforest to get to campus.
Catching the 99 B-Line was like rush hour in Japan.
Construction ruled everything around you. Donors' dolla' dolla' bills, y'all.
Credit: Flickr user tyfn.
You dodged those gross wormy things that hung off the trees every fall.
Hello, BLUE CHIP COOKIES.
Credit: Yelp user Crystal H.
When you see a VW Beetle hanging from a bridge, you just shrug.
(*This is not an actual Beetle that was hung from a bridge.)
You couldn't find a place to study here.
Credit: Flickr user UBC Library Communications
So you read (or slept) here instead.
You also napped in the Rose Garden ...
If you're Asian, you ran a gauntlet of clubs trying to recruit you EVERY YEAR!
And if you're a guy, you ran a gauntlet of frat boys trying to "rush" you.
This was the only varsity team you ever made.
Beer was spelled like this, and you didn't really know why.
You recognize this guy.
And this awesome guy.
Three words: Storm the Wall.
Three more words: Arts. County. Fair.
Credit: Flickr user Heeeraldo
You saw cheap movies at the Norm Theatre.
Credit: Flickr user kardboard604.
AMS politicians were as ruthless as on "House of Cards."
And this is where their ambitions went to die.
Totem residents can tell you what "suck my Kwak" means.
You stick your nose up at SFU, that ugly school on the hill.
You're contemptuous of every cinnamon bun you've tasted since you left campus.
Sgt. Pepper was not a Beatle.
There was only one Honour Roll you cared about.
The line at The Delly looked like this at 4 p.m. on a Friday.
You dated someone you met at "The Pit."
Credit: Flickr user sreymer
And this was where you realized your naked, drunken ambitions late on a Wednesday night.
A walk up the Wreck Beach stairs was a week's worth of cardio.
Credit: Flickr user Hiestun.Photography
And Tower Beach was a great place for a bonfire.
If you studied arts, you know what this means.
This was one way you learned about the creation of humankind.
Credit: Flickr user Ray Clenshaw.
Your prof had office hours in this welcoming structure.
These were vehicles parked on campus. NBD.
No matter how stressful things were, you always had this view to calm you down.
And when you look back, it's hard to believe you went to school in such a beautiful place.
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