Feature

Ceremonies, speeches, and (finally) relief

Ceremonies, speeches, and (finally) relief

“Every year, we say goodbye to hundreds of our classmates as they move into the real world that exists outside of UFV’s walls. In between and after these ceremonies, several of these graduating students took a moment to talk to The Cascade, separating themselves from the party that had broken out in front of the centre.” Read more…

News

After flag removal, SUS and Pride look backward at conflict, forward to resolution

After flag removal, SUS and Pride look backward at conflict, forward to resolution

The confluence of international tragedy and events at UFV — beginning with the removal of a pride flag hung following the Orlando Pulse shooting of two weeks ago — has opened up questions of how to mend relations between UFV’s Pride Collective group and the Student Union Society, which have grown increasingly strained over the past year. Read more…

Opinion

For even a reluctant rider, campus shuttle is a picturesque, relaxing commute

For even a reluctant rider, campus shuttle is a picturesque, relaxing commute

“There are some problems with riding the shuttle. Things like the odour of manure that dominates the farmlands the shuttle passes through, the relatively rough ride, how the schedule could be made a bit more efficient, the driver’s choice of radio station. But they were minor inconveniences, and overall, the experience may just lead me to broaden my UFV experience by taking a class or two at CEP in the future.” Read more…

Culture & Events

Cafe Amarti brings a European tourist twist to Abbotsford’s list of coffee shops

Cafe Amarti brings a European tourist twist to Abbotsford’s list of coffee shops

“Abbotsford’s hipster artisan scene is booming — we no longer need to go to Vancouver to experience a little bit of Europe. Cafe Amarti will appeal to the Bohemian and the bourgeoisie; or to individuals who identify with both, the Bobo.” Read more…

Arts in Review

X-Men: Apocalypse isn’t the best or worst in its trilogy

X-Men: Apocalypse isn’t the best or worst in its trilogy

“At one point, while talking about film series, Jean says, “At least we can all agree that the third one is always the worst.” Well, as far as the First Class trilogy is concerned, I’m honestly not sure that I can! Apocalypse is definitely in a tight competition for my second favourite with First Class, both close after Days of Future Past.” Read more…

Sports & Health

Volleyball teams come up short in PacWest playoffs

Volleyball teams come up short in PacWest playoffs

Both men’s and women’s volleyball teams entered the playoffs as underdogs. At the first round of competition, held at Columbia Bible College in Abbotsford, both of UFV’s teams tumbled out early, but not before giving a good showing of themselves. Read more…

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