A Danish journalist goes undercover as an African diplomat to unveil the truth about corruption in Africa
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Unexpected winners, less expected jokes, a one-woman show, the confusing comeback of a 10-year-old musical and the woes of visual wizards
Participation window for adults to join the B.C. Generations Project closes March 31
At UVic Game Dev club meetings, members work on and discuss all aspects of video games, from programming and game design to art and music. The Martlet stopped by one Thursday evening at Engineering Lab Wing (ELW) 220 to get an idea of what the club is all about.
Miss India contestants and Hindu fundamentalists fight for their beliefs.
Some of the Best Picture nominees at this year’s Academy Awards have close Canadian ties
Love and video gaming can co-exist — one may even help the other
Contradictory dress codes can put pressure on employees, business students
Since this issue is dedicated to the best feeling in the world, I’ve decided to come up with an Eco Love Tip.
Mind-controlled technology, computerized glasses, e-textiles — the future of technology seems hands-free