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Elect Her panel screencap

Representation in politics takes center stage during first Elect Her panel discussion

On Dec. 8, Elect Her UVic, a club dedicated to promoting the participation of women and marginalized communities in politics, hosted their very first Women in Politics panel discussion. The…
graphic of women mending clothes for environment

Four important ways individuals can take action for our planet

While corporations are a major cause of the climate crisis, individual citizens are not helpless. There are a range of ways people can change their actions or join the collective…

Hark! The herald hippies sing, glory to the waste of Spring

It’s Christmas for some as residence-dwellers move out but their garbage piles up | April isn’t a month for snowmen, carollers, or reindeer, but many people have been exclaiming “Merry…

B.C. minority government destined for conflict

Now several months beyond the May 9 B.C. provincial election, we finally have a new leader — or leaders — governing our province. On July 18, B.C. NDP leader John Horgan was officially sworn…

Eco Tip: Reviving a dead pen

Everyone has to deal with the inevitable death of a beloved pen, whether you’re an accomplished artist or a savvy business student. While you won’t be able to prolong its…

UVic Greens fundraise for Island Sexual Health

The UVic Greens have been fundraising and spreading awareness for a recent $165 000 budget shortfall at the Island Sexual Health Society due to their rising clinical demands in 2013–2014.

Simple tips for staying green

Meatless Mondays From cattle to patty, we are often unaware of the enormous amount of grain, water, land, and energy required to produce meat products. You don’t have to go…