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Sunday 4th September, 2.00PM (Only $15!!!)
Hey guys! We have 14 tickets available to see the wonderful Romeo and Juliet at the beautiful Bard on the Beach theatre at Vanier Park, Vancouver. I’ve managed to get the tickets available to you at only $15 each! (That’s way less than half price.)
Anybody interested in theatre, history or wants to treat their special one needs to grab a ticket fast. They wont last long. Come and see Alex in Student Services to purchase!
PS: This is the perfect place to take a date😉
I hope you are enjoying your break and looking forward to an exciting Fall semester at Columbia. Here are some big, exciting and amazing events that are coming up in September. Stayed tuned to cctalks for more upcoming activities, clubs and events….
Romeo & Juliet at Bard on the Beach,
Sunday 5th September (1.30pm-4.30pm)
This is a wonderful opportunity to see Shakespeare’s most famous play in the beautiful Bard on the Beach theatre at Vanier Park. Romeo & Juliet is the tragic story of forbidden love. We only have 15 tickets available and they will sell out FAST. First come first serve guys.
Tickets are just $15 from students services.
Whistler Wild- 1 Day
Sunday 11th September (8.00am-7.00pm)
A fantastic opportunity to see the amazing Whistler as well as several waterfalls and lakes on the way. You will get a chance to hike, swim (optional) and enjoy a whole range of exciting add-on activities for students to choose from.
Tickets are just $30 from student services. This includes transport and a tour guide. We have 20 tickets available and it will sell-out FAST so get yours as soon as possible.
Hiking at Deep Cove,
Sunday 18th September (12.00pm-3.00pm)
Deep Cove has several easy hiking routes over looking the beautiful Deep Cove water inlet. This is a great chance to get outside, enjoy the amazing scenery and fresh air. This activity is free to students and the more we get the more fun this will be. We will meet at Waterfront Station at 12pm and take buses from there.
Tickets are Free!!! Come see Alex at student services to register
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Sunday 25th September (1.00pm-4.00pm)
Capilano Suspension Bridge park is one of the most exciting and interesting tourist attractions in BC. Walk the suspension bridges high amongst the forest and Capilano River with a tourist guide showing you the natural wonders. Tickets, including transportation will be only $20.
Tickets are just $20 from student services. This includes transport and a tour guide. We have 20 tickets available and it will sell-out FAST so get yours as soon as possible
Due to recent changes in the transfer of Columbia’s Physics courses to UBC, students who plan to apply for UBC Applied Sciences (Engineering) are now advised to take Physics 130 and Physics 120. The combination of Physics 110 & 120 will not satisfy requirements for Engineering at UBC starting in 2017. Note that either Physics 110 or Physics 130 can serve as a prerequisite for Phys 120. Continue reading
If your GPA was below 1.7 for two consecutive semesters i.e. in the Winter semester (January – April 2016) and the Summer semester (May – August 2016), you are on Double Probation and you are blocked from registration.
If you wish to register for courses in the Fall 2016 semester, you must appeal by completing the form below. The Appeal Committee will review your application and decide whether to allow you to register. Continue reading