The Martlet recently took advantage of a sunny day at the UVic campus, asking students the simple but not-too-simple question: “Who or what is God?”
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Recently, the Martlet dropped by the office of ForkJoy, a startup company with a website and iPhone app that gives users the ability to review and upload pictures of a restaurant’s individual food items.
Recently, the Martlet went down to Victoria’s Solstice Cafe to catch an entertaining evening of spoken word poetry at the regular “Tongues of Fire” event. We spoke to a few of the poets to see what inspires them about the art of on-stage word craft.
Mallette reflects on the Vikes’ March 16 game versus the Vancouver Whitecaps FC and looks forward to his upcoming year with the Vikes.
And has it had an overall positive effect? Watch to find out.
Are you interested in advice on sex, love and relationships? I’m going to assume that most of you are, and that’s why Dear Appvice will easily compel people to give it a try.
“I can keep in touch with a lot of old friends from high school…”
Okay, so you’ve got your poetry nerds (or “perds” for short), and then you’ve got your flower nerds (or “flerds”). Combine their passions into one single event, and what do you get?
The Martlet spoke with Hannah Lockie, chair of the United Way young adult council event “Volunteering with Benefits,” where people bid on items not with money, but with volunteer hours. The event takes place on Friday, April 5, from 7-9 p.m. at the University Club at UVic. For more info and tickets ($15), go to… Read more »
The domestic fox, the Bengal cat, the ferret (Part of the Martlet’s April Fools’ spoof issue)