The UVic Campus Community Garden has an office in the Student Union Building, SUB B118. The organization also receives student funding, $0.76 per student per year. Yet the land of the garden itself has never been incorporated into UVic’s campus plan, and its hold on its soil remains tenuous. “The university is of the position… Read more »
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Instead of starting with a question of our own, we asked students what we should ask the next person, and where we should ask their questions. We got amazing questions and answers, and this video was brought in full circle.
Lorelie Leon Master’s student Business I agree that it’s a good idea. Even if I’m already invested in it, I think it’s a good idea to move, because it’s a climate change issue. Jake Baerg First year Geography I think it’s a good idea. I mean, it’s UVic—the learning’s supposed to be progressive and invested… Read more »
Many years ago, when I too was young, I went for a walk and met a stray kitten. He followed me home and I let him in, opened a desk drawer, and put in a blanket. Purring, he climbed in and slept. He and I discovered common traits, among them a shared predatory disposition…. Read more »
Brandon Johnston Second year Civil Engineering “I’m excited to see team Canada play.” Elly Thorne Fourth year Religious Studies “I hope there’s some noise about, is all; I don’t expect athletes to boycott the games, because it’s obviously kind of a once in a lifetime opportunity for them, but I do hope there’s some publicity… Read more »
If a person bugs you, ignore him, and he’ll stop. This was the standard advice that adults gave me as a child. I suppose it was comfortable to them because it was non-violent and sounded vaguely plausible. It was also spectacularly ineffective, so I found it less comfortable than they did. I once read a… Read more »
It’s striking, then, when you discover a comic is better than you remembered it.
Social science and humanities conference brings thousands
Did he want a hug? Was he hoping we’d burst into tears?
A Q&A with UVic Community Leaders