Events Calendar: October 10 – 31
I need to pose a few questions. Does food taste the same to everyone? If I polled a group of 100 hungry individuals, would they all describe a green apple as tart? Would they all enjoy it? I believe taste is much like sight.
A minimum of a month-long term is required for people working with the park’s cats. The rationale behind this is to help maintain a structured routine for the animals, as a high turnover of volunteers can be stressful.
Vancouver Island Brewery launches Iron Plow Harvest Märzen
Slightly early for our interview, I walk toward Vivian Smith’s office in UVic’s Fine Arts building. The instructor is busy talking to another student about the role journalism plays today.
The teenage years are behind you, or are soon to be, but let’s face it: you’re a student. No matter your age, university can be an awkward place, in and out of Ring Road.
Big, dirty words like “lie” and “liberal” get thrown around all the time now. It’s a politically charged time, given the economic collapse of Europe and the shocking theft of Canada’s maple-syrup reserves. And the way that we remember all of this, the way we remember everything, is for the most part left to historians.
You win some, you lose some. The glass is half full. Taking one game at a time. These clichés all apply to the weekend series the Victoria Royals played at home against provincial rival and number eight ranked Kamloops Blazers in WHL action.
Judicial Affairs Office seeks feedback on year-old policy
The NHL lockout may leave local fans hungering for hockey action, but if the opening weekend of the Victoria Royals is any sign, the local Western Hockey League team will fill in just fine, thank you very much. The second-year team swept a weekend set of games against B.C. rivals the Vancouver Giants, looking much improved from last year’s squad.