Victoria-based folk/rock ensemble The Archers officially formed in September 2010 when, after a few short months, co-founders Sandy Hughes and Ethan Caleb decided that their two-piece collaborative, which had primarily focused on an acoustic folk sound, could use a little more kick. So, while in their final year of study at Stelly’s Secondary School, the… Read more »
Nowadays, your motivations for one-handed eating might involve checking Facebook, or maybe even studying for a midterm. But whatever the reason, sandwiches are still a great lunch option; that’s why your mom kept packing them for you during elementary school.
Improv theatre meets H.P. Lovecraft. Hmm . . . apparently the hook here is that the performers improvise horror stories based on audience suggestions.
Police ask public to report any suspicious hunting activity in Saanich
UVic’s Richard Weinberger returns to campus with an Olympic bronze medal, seeks gold
Where do you get your nutritional advice? Inspired by the connection between student health and learning, the authors of the recently published nutrition book Eat to Save Your Life suggest many people are getting their information mainly from advertisements, and that this is affecting their health choices for the worse.
I am a terrible cook. I have, on several occasions: burnt Minute Rice so that it is unrecognizable; served lasagna in bowls due to its soupy consistency; and forgotten a crucial ingredient in cookies — sugar.
The Martlet talks to students at the McKinnon Gym and its surroundings
An assessment of UVic’s emergency earthquake plan