“DRUGS: where’s it at?” “SUB opens Monday” “Trudeau, ‘beating the drums of national unity’ ” “Math prof proposes 90-minute classes” “Disco hits the Library” “Women physically capable” “Line-ups make reg[istration] ‘sweatshop’”
The back to school push in university is so much better than in grade school. Classes have started, but the majority of assignments aren’t due until October. This leaves ample time to enjoy Victoria’s restaurant scene.
MacKinnon brings in more than hardware after impressive five-year career
Never let it be said that non-disabled people don’t support disability rights. There’s at least one right the public is prepared to go the distance on — the right to die.
A recent Globe and Mail article entitled, “Why are we training our arts grads to be baristas?” brings to light an important question many students must face sooner or later: how am I going to find the kind of job I want with this degree?
Who are you?
If UVic, or any other post-secondary institution in town deserves a “best-of” for anything, it’s for being located in Victoria.
What Clint Eastwood can teach us about Hollywood and politics
Students could see some on-campus services disrupted this month
Mentors help apprentices become carpenters, interns become professionals, Luke becomes a Jedi. So why is it so difficult for young people to find a mentor?