A quick hello (featuring sparkly snow and foxes).


 My name’s Sara, and I’m a third year English student here at UBC.

I’m also a biodiversity dork, an enthusiastic cook, a trading card curator, a chronic procrastinator, an illustrator, a storyteller, a dreamer, and a lover of well-crafted phrases.

I live for bright colours, brilliant prose, warm meals, and late-night radio broadcasts. I could spend an eternity in Woodward Library (Though lets be honest. Any library, really). The Beaty Biodiversity Museum — with its never-ending aisles of insects, corals, and birds — might just be my favourite place in the city.

I worked with the Terry project this summer writing letters, editing documents, and generally distracting the student staff. With any luck, I’ll be able to distract and amuse you too.

To start, I present you with a red fox jumping:

Watch it in HD, full-screen if you can, and then try to tell me that the world isn’t awesome. That there isn’t art in nature. That biology isn’t just poetry with guts and a heartbeat.

I’m an arts student who loves science, and I can’t wait to meet you. It’s going to be a fun year.

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