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    [–] A night where the moon dressed like Saturn asdfpartyy 157 points ago in interestingasfuck

    The photographer is Francisco Soujel. The link below is from NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day, which has a link to his website, plus more information about the picture.

    https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap200316.html

    [–] UBC COURSE QUESTION, PROGRAM, MAJOR AND REGISTRATION MEGATHREAD (2020S & 2020W): Questions about courses (incld. How hard is __?, Look at my timetable and course material requests), programs, specializations, majors, minors, tuition/finance and registration go here. asdfpartyy 1 points ago in UBC

    Considering CHEM 235 is a 1 credit course with a pretty low week-to-week workload, I think you'll be fine. Your schedule right now looks very manageable. You could consider adding a chill elective to both terms if you don't need to fulfill anymore pre-reqs in second-year. If you're interested in easy 100-level CPSC courses, you can look into adding CPSC 100 term 1 and CPSC 103 term 2.

    [–] No one tell my RA asdfpartyy 12 points ago in UBC

    Buds in tune out gang

    [–] UBC COURSE QUESTION, PROGRAM, MAJOR AND REGISTRATION MEGATHREAD (2020S & 2020W): Questions about courses (incld. How hard is __?, Look at my timetable and course material requests), programs, specializations, majors, minors, tuition/finance and registration go here. asdfpartyy 1 points ago in UBC

    When I took the course (albeit almost 3 years ago), the workload was almost non-existent, but you need to take it specifically with Burkholder. I guess you can argue kinda boring since the material is kinda dry. The way he structures his "exams" is that he takes questions exclusively from his online quiz homework bank which you have unlimited attempts for. There were I believe 6 tests throughout the term that were the only assessments you needed to complete. The course run by him doesn't require much critical thinking in that anyone can physically know nothing and get 100% in everything just by spamming the quizzes enough times. But there's always a pattern that you'll pick up pretty quickly. I think I maybe spent like 3 hours before every test just going through the quizzes and doing them over and over. There's also a 5% iClicker component though, but I pretty much never went to class and just handed in the iClicker questions on paper before grades came out.