University signs deal that will increase undergraduate fees.
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While the West applauds Iceland, Icelanders still struggle with financial fallout and poor relations with the U.K.
Solidarité Block Party draws Quebec student protest supporters
UVic conference addresses issues of science and communication
Concerns raised over possible exclusivity of UVic’s law library
As the curator of botany and earth history at the Royal B.C. Museum, Richard Hebda spends much of his days researching objects from the ancient world, and in particular, B.C.’s prehistoric environment.
If a picture says a thousand words, people said a lot about climate change on May 5. Through the environmental activist website 350.org, concerned citizens from around the world took part in a day of climate action called Connect the Dots.
Relay for Life organizers search for guests of honour at June 23 event.