Posts Categorized: Sports | Lifestyle

Weed it and weep

Chicken soup for the cannabis lover’s soul Arrive late to a potluck and you might get really stoned. Okay, so what would YOU do if the kale salad and lasagna were all gone, the nachos were down to crumbs, and all that was left was a glowing plate of homemade — and, unsuspectingly, homegrown —… Read more »

Sativa for studying

Is cannabis the new study aid? Disclaimer: Cannabis consumption is not recommended for those under the age of 19. This article is based solely on the opinion of the author, and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the MPS. This article should not replace the recommendations of medical professionals. Monster energy drinks, Americanos, and… Read more »

Baby bites

A beginner’s guide to edibles Disclaimer: Cannabis consumption is not recommended for those under the age of 19. This article is based solely on the opinion of the author, and does not necessarily reflect the those of the MPS. This article should not replace the recommendations of medical professionals.   If you were to imagine… Read more »

Meet the puffragettes

The Victoria-based women who are trailblazing Victoria’s cannabis industry Like many sectors, the cannabis industry is dominated by men—but not for long. From cultivating strains to marketing CBD-rich potions, two women in the Victoria cannabis community understand that their role extends far beyond getting high: it’s a quest for gender parity, a vehicle for social… Read more »

(In)Accessible Academia

The unexpected extra costs of post-secondary education and how one student is changing the game University students can all agree that tuition costs a lot, and that’s to be expected. But what most students aren’t prepared for is the exorbitant cost of textbooks. According to a 2017 article in Maclean’s, when it comes to average… Read more »

Modelling and Medicine

How emerging model Colin Gallagher balances his modelling career with his dreams of going to med school The path of a modelling career is narrow, and especially for recent UVic Developmental Psychology graduate Colin Gallagher, whose careful curation of his busy schedule is the only way he remains active in the fashion industry. For many… Read more »

Attack of the franken-phones

The saga of my water-damaged phone; a cautionary tale PART I: The Cursed Swim So you dropped your iPhone in Cadboro Bay (we all know it actually fell in the toilet but we’ll let you have this one). Now what? You’ve shut it off, you’ve removed the SIM card, you’ve buried your phone in rice…. Read more »

Vikes bring the thunder

Men’s soccer team have a promising start to the season at the Thunderfest home opener Bells, whistles, chants, and cheers welcomed the Vikes back to Centennial Stadium for the first men’s soccer game of the season, kicking off right as the wind and rain stopped blowing through campus. While the cheers felt like the students… Read more »

Shouldn’t we all stand up (or kneel) for what we believe in?

Why Nike’s decision to make Colin Kaepernick the face of their 30th anniversary “Just Do It” campaign is inspiring and you would be ignorant to think otherwise With nine simple words, the world’s largest sports apparel company has taken the moral high ground on issues larger than sport, angering some investors and millions of consumers… Read more »

Accessing my abilities in Cuba

I am a student at UVic who gets around campus with the help of a guide dog. I am legally blind. With help, I was able to study for a month in Cuba this summer, where no one placed limits on me because of my disability. I participated in a field school organized by UVic… Read more »