Cardboard is as versatile as pickle jars when it comes to reusing (remember Eco Tip #1?).
Posts By: Nina Neissl
A UVic residence building has been recognized for its environmental design and sustainability.
Clothes are just awesome: they keep us warm, they protect us and they are a way of showing the world our individuality. But as fun as it is to develop a certain style, it is also important to shop first and foremost with our heads, not with our credit cards. Otherwise, we’ll end up with… Read more »
Video gaming is often perceived to be a waste of time and an addictive habit that takes away focus from important tasks. Well, this presumably unnecessary hobby might have unexpected side effects:
Autobiography does double duty as guide for gardeners, cooks
Let’s face it: search engines have managed to push their way into our daily lives, and with a worldwide market share of around 84 per cent, Google is the most used and most successful of them all right now, followed by Yahoo. However, Google and search engines in general are not only used in daily… Read more »
Find a new study spot for the new semester
In 2007 the term ‘financial crisis’ found its way into the headlines when the first U.S. banks started to struggle. Since then it seems as if it has never left the front page. U.S. debts, Greece’s financial ruin, the EU’s struggle in general, the downgrading of financial creditworthiness for companies and entire countries — these… Read more »
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.
Some staff believe UVic is not clear enough about total cost of E-Pass