UVic Indigenous faculty explain the importance of Indigenous languages
Though harder to detect than allergies, intolerances take a toll
A summary of those hot months in preparation for the cold ones
Natural Born Killers they are not. Joseph Goble and Mily Mumford of Love is for Superbeasts are as charming as Cheshire cats as they frolic through a retelling of their characters’ crimes, which include multiple murders.
Tim Motley has combined magic, film noir and comedy in Dirk Darrow: NCSSI (Not Completely Serious Supernatural Investigator), and it’s no mystery why this show was one of the strongest at this year’s Fringe.
Dark Fringe show allows audiences to choose allegiances.
Matthew Payne’s Fringe show needs work
Slut (R)evolution (no one gets there overnight), a follow-up to Cameryn Moore’s Phone Whore from last year’s Victoria Fringe Festival, is a fun and fascinating look at the more uninhibited side of life.
My Aim is True, a touching musical drama written by UVic’s Meghan Bell, hits the mark.
The Martlet catches up with University of Victoria Students’ Union Director of Events Lewis Rhodes to hear what’s in store for Campus Kick-off from Sept. 2-8. For more information, click here.