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?
On Aug. 29, two formerly gendered washrooms in the main concourse of the UVic Student Union Building (SUB) were reopened as multi-stall gender-inclusive washrooms, meaning any person of any perceived gender can use either space.
UVic Indigenous faculty explain the importance of Indigenous languages