Law professor, former provost Jamie Cassels will take the reins this July
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Missing Women Inquiry Report calls for regional police organization, improved preventative measures
Former vice-president academic and provost will take office in July
Murray Rankin, the newly elected New Democrat MP for Victoria, is off to Ottawa and he is working with government ministers and public service officials on post-secondary funding and environmental regulations. Rankin says he wants to create a series of initiatives with the NDP. These include addressing student debt and education funding, low income housing, the construction of… Read more »
Some staff believe UVic is not clear enough about total cost of E-Pass
Some directors-at-large, advocacy groups question board’s accountability
The Our Place shelter on Pandora Avenue served up Christmas dinner to about 500-700 people this month. Photographer Louis Bockner was there to capture the event in photos.
On Dec. 3, classes were cancelled between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. for an event called Join the Circle: Act Against Violence. A crowd gathered in UVic’s quad near Petch Fountain to hear people speak out against violence in its myriad forms. (To read more about how the event came about, check out this Martlet… Read more »
Vancouver’s 30 Days of Kindness blogger, Marc Smith, made a blitz trip to the Island Nov. 26–28, leaving surprised passersby with free treats and smiles in his wake.
Making university accessible for all requires new thinking and funding