• #MeToo

    One year after the #MeToo movement made waves across the world, our writer looks at what's changed — and what hasn't.
  • Winter Blues got you down?

    Tips and tricks to stay on top of your mental health as the days get shorter, darker, and colder.
  • #FreeStudentPress

    In solidarity with the University of Alberta's student newspaper and along with several student newspapers across Canada, here's our editorial decrying Kerry Diotte's choice to pursue legal action against The Gateway.
  • CanAssist at UVic

    Children with special needs now have the potential for a lot more independence, inclusion, and fun.
  • #StopStarbucks movement on campus

    Activism is afoot at UVic as a group of students are gathering to protest the university’s recent announcement that Finnerty Express will be replaced with a Starbucks in the fall of 2019.

Education only begins at university

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’s your guru?

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?

Gender-inclusive washrooms officially open in the SUB

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.