I was a student at university for many years, most recently at UVic. Like many of you, I went into debt to achieve my educational goals and fought my way out of it
In defence of Quebec students All countries should be seeking to improve their education systems and to respond better to student concerns of having access to a higher quality of post-secondary schooling. Violence aside for a moment: will raising tuition fees help Quebec balance its budget? Possibly, although I don’t believe it has worked anywhere… Read more »
Do you ever get the sneaking suspicion that maybe summer classes aren’t, well, real classes?
I believe police have conducted enough research, and that generally, the legislation is workable. They know all they are prepared to take in about gangs. I believe they lack a plan.
Concerns raised over possible exclusivity of UVic’s law library
A photo essay of Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo
As the curator of botany and earth history at the Royal B.C. Museum, Richard Hebda spends much of his days researching objects from the ancient world, and in particular, B.C.’s prehistoric environment.
If a picture says a thousand words, people said a lot about climate change on May 5. Through the environmental activist website 350.org, concerned citizens from around the world took part in a day of climate action called Connect the Dots.
The most recent to add to the UVic’s Department of Writing’s literary yield is Yasuko Thanh, who earned both her B.A. and M.F.A. in Creative Writing from UVic. Last month she launched her first collection of short stories, Floating Like the Dead.
God of Carnage speaks to the ironic evolution — or devolution — of human beings through satirical humor and carefully foiled characters.