If you’re a student and you’re not sure where your life is headed and where your passion lies, maybe school isn’t the answer for you right now. Opinionated guy Anton Laipnieks explains.
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UVic event info app a good concept with a few flaws
The Martlet was there to cover the Idle No More Rally at UVic on the afternoon of Jan. 10, which took place at the bus loop. With the buses temporarily re-routed from the loop, protesters, supporters and onlookers took in the speeches, drum and dance performances of the two-hour rally. The Martlet also spoke with… Read more »
EDUCATIONAL EVENTS Thursday, January 17 “Rich in Food”: Revitalizing Traditional Food on the Northwest Coast If you think our food supply on Vancouver Island is secure, guess again — we truck most of our stuff in from elsewhere. And if that transportation infrastructure falls apart, what then? All those seagulls are starting to… Read more »
As the indigenous social movement Idle No More grows across Canada, people gathered in Victoria, B.C., on Saturday to demonstrate at the Coho Ferry Terminal in the Inner Harbour. http://storify.com/TheMartlet/idle-no-more-in-victoria
Produced by WorkBC, the Boss Yourself app (available for Android and iPhone) is designed to inspire and educate youth considering starting their own business. Even though Boss Yourself appears to target teenagers in, or about to finish, high school, I hoped the app would provide useful advice and inspiration for anyone who has a business idea…. Read more »
Find a new study spot for the new semester
The Martlet speaks with Justin Love of Limbic Media / G++ Art Gallery about mixing technology with artistic expression. G++ Gallery is at 1119 Fort Street. It is a window-front gallery, and you can view installations from the street.
Partake in the Red Umbrella March on Dec. 17 to mark the
International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers.
The Martlet speaks with former UVic Computer Science and Linguistics student Graeme Kilshaw, who explains how his “Friendship Cube” works. The Friendship Cube is a teaching tool for Kilshaw’s invented alphabet, which has been developed to go hand-in-hand with computer interfaces such as smart watches and brain-wave-reading devices.