Mystery History Theatre 3000: how to raise funds and get your professors to say silly things at the same time!

On November 19th, From Stone to Screen shared with the world (okay, Vancouver…okay, fine, UBC…okay…fine…the CNERS department and a couple of innocent bystanders) a film, NAY, an EXPERIENCE which can be described only as the finest 1955 Roman-themed movie/musical/synchronized swimming extravaganza humanity has ever known. There was romance, there was…

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FSTS à la Maude: Finding that Work-Life Balance as a Grad Student

If you’ve ever poked around our staff profiles page,  you have probably run across Maude’s bio, which reads: Maude joined the project in its early stages in 2012, and participated in the initial appraisal and organisation of the collections. She has presented the team’s work at the 2014 UBC archaeology…

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How We Spent Our Summer Vacation

Like ducks on a pond, our site may have been quiet over the summer but we were madly churning away, digitizing new collections, creating teaching modules and getting our army of awesome volunteers enough work to keep them satisfied. We also had another summer of paid positions, funded by our…

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