Faculty currently doesn’t offer specific courses for inclusion, sexual orientation, or gender identity UVic’s campus is usually empty on a Saturday afternoon, which made the sound of Hayley Kiyoko’s “Curious” echoing through the hallways of the MacLaurin building seem much more out of place. But it wasn’t the most interesting thing coming from MAC D114… Read more »
Posts By: Georgia Hennessy Jackson
Another year, another set of students gearing up to take on the real world. And while students may be breathing a sigh of relief now that exams are over, there’s a bigger challenge facing this generation of graduates: student debt. The cost of a university degree in Canada is getting steeper, but tuition fees — and the… Read more »
Who the hell cares what critics have to say? Well, Carl Wilson, music critic for Slate and Billboard and UVic Writing’s 2016 Southam Lecturer, might. We caught up with Wilson and talked about the role of criticism in today’s democratized internet culture.
The spring hunt for grizzly bears is now in full swing across B.C. This season alone, hundreds of hunters will descend into the Great Bear Rainforest to seek out a trophy. But in an age when we are anxious to leave the environment thriving for our children and grandchildren, isn’t it time to end this… Read more »
In July 2013, sound artist and composer Paul Walde, accompanied by a crew of about 100 people, trekked to the Farnham Glacier in the Kootenays to perform a four-movement orchestral requiem for a unique audience: the landscape itself. On Dec. 11, Sweetgrass Productions and outdoor apparel company Patagonia are releasing a new documentary, Jumbo Wild,… Read more »
How important is the Let’s Get Consensual Campaign to you? Editor’s note: This streeter was originally conducted at the end of September, shortly after a sexual assault took place on campus. We’ve also removed one of the individuals who was interviewed for this article at their request. It’s very important to me, because it helps… Read more »