March 15, 2019
Your Mar. 11 UVSS meeting Tweetcap
Two new clubs ratified, Felicita’s black out blinds, and a $70 000 financial surplus announced in latest meeting A few days after the University of Victoria Students' Society (UVSS) elections ended,...
March 11, 2019
UVic Political Science group helping to settle refugee family
The group hopes to fundraise $30 000 to help aid and fund family From left to right: Asad Kiyani (Faculty of Law), Scott Watson (Faculty of Political Science), and Oliver Schmidtke (Centre for Global Studies). On Tuesday,...
March 21, 2019
LETTER | To the UVic Board of Governors on international tuition hikes
I am writing in advance of your March 26 meeting, [having] learned that UVic is proposing to increase the tuition fees of international students. At a time when xenophobia, racism, and white nationalism are resurgent, a fiscal policy that targets
March 18, 2019
UVic’s engineering program is a recipe for burnout
If you are reading this, there’s a good chance you have someone in your life who suffers from what I like to call “engineering studentitis.” Those who suffer from this...
March 19, 2019
The Phoenix Theatre’s ‘7 Stories’ held over to March 24 (for good reason)
As the sun starts to go down, the 100-year old Lillian (Rahat Saini) admires the beautiful evening, while The Man (Lyle Hendriks) is lost in his own troubling thoughts. Morris Panych’s existential comedy 7 Storiescelebrates its 30th anniversary and runs at UVic’s Phoenix...
March 17, 2019
The Bad Mama Jama Show packs a one-two punch
Catch live music and stand-up comedy at Vinyl Envy, Saturday night, every second month On one Saturday night of every second month, Vinyl Envy in downtown Victoria is the place is to be. The...
March 14, 2019
Sex and the (Univer)City | The more the merrier
‘The more the merrier’ is a fairly common saying. It’s a response...
March 9, 2019
It’s time to go cold turkey on meat consumption
Remember how you used to think your grandparents were crazy for still smoking a pack a day of Export As when you were young? It took many years after doctors first...
March 9, 2019
Witnessing history: Victoria resident Aldo Nazarko remembers August 28, 1963
CFUV host Aldo Nazarko shares his experience at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom There are few moments in history that are so iconic they become synonymous with their own day...
February 7, 2019
Divest UVic: It’s time to break up with fossil fuels
After a year of silence, Divest UVic is back. We checked in with what they have planned for the coming year, the history of divestment at UVic, and the strategic coordination by Canadian universities to manage divestment campaigns. In 1896, Swedish...