Posts By: Myles Sauer

Visual Arts chair halts hiring, calls for equity review

The University of Victoria’s search for two tenure-track assistant professors in the Visual Arts department has been put on hold for an equity review in light of concerns raised around the exclusion of an Indigenous candidate from the hiring shortlist.

Events: May 7–30

Art Free Play exhibit at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria If “please don’t touch the art” really leaves you chapped, the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria has got something for you! Free Play is a hands-on exhibit that asks you to get interactive with art, games, games as art, and art as games — all tackling… Read more »

New UVSS board convenes for first meeting

The SUB board room was filled with plenty of new faces this Monday as the newly elected Involve slate took their seats at 6 p.m. for the first board meeting of the 2015–2016 term. The newly established Yoga Jam was ratified with $100.90 in funding for the summer semester, along with 44 other returning clubs — each… Read more »

CARSA races to the finish line

Cassels emphasizes that CARSA is a step forward for the university. “It’s a big investment in students. Recreational opportunities, [and] active, healthy living is a fundamental part of personal success and academic success.”

Marvel’s Daredevil takes Netflix by storm

The Marvel/Netflix collaboration introduces viewers to Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox)—a lawyer by day and vigilante with heightened senses by night—and his plunge into a seedier, grittier side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

Horror from beyond the silver screen

Ask any film buff worth their salt about horror and John Carpenter is a name that’s bound to come up. The director of such cult films as They Live, the 1982 remake The Thing, and his master class in slasher horror, Halloween, Carpenter has worked tirelessly to frighten and thrill audiences for years. What some… Read more »