With 2012 almost in the books, we recap UVic’s athletics and preview 2013
As much as I enjoy reading the obligatory “Best Albums of the Year” lists, there’s something about them that I’ve always found off-putting. How can you quantify art? Music is not a competition. These lists showcase an asinine way of looking at things. On top of that, how can any one person listen to every… Read more »
The pups visited the Commons as part of UVic’s De-Stress Fest
New vintage store focuses on the sweeter side of decades past
Applaud Canada’s previous soccer success as we prepare for the 2015 World Cup
Things people can have in common that will not help conversation on a first date
“Hope and healing” are the words to live by for all Mercy Ships workers, volunteers, doctors and nurses. Mercy Ships is a non-profit organization that provides free medical services, including life-saving surgeries, healthcare training and community development projects on the west coast of Africa. My journey with Mercy Ships began in the classroom. I took… Read more »
The rink lights burn, the ice gleams, the puck drops.
Making university accessible for all requires new thinking and funding
Our democracy is predicated upon the principle that we, as citizens, cast a ballot for our preferred candidate in an election. To do this, we must have knowledge of the various parties and candidates who are running.