Feature

“There is an important conversation that needs to take place on our campus”

“There is an important conversation that needs to take place on our campus”

The new Student Union Society president on surviving sexual vio-lence, where to find help, and what needs to happen next. Read more…

News

Ministry of Advanced Education approves four new degrees

Ministry of Advanced Education approves four new degrees

“After over a year of delays and gaps in communication, the Ministry of Advanced Education has approved four new degree proposals from UFV. The degrees approved are: a bachelor of agricultural science, with a major in horticulture, a bachelor of arts in indigenous studies (major and minor options), a bachelor of education, and a bachelor of media arts.” Read more…

Opinion

When your grades fail to rise, add more yeast

When your grades fail to rise, add more yeast

“There are rites of passage common to many of us, things that we look back and reflect on, good or bad: our first bike ride, scraped knee, chipotle dip, crush, and — probably the freshest memory for some of us — our first failed university class. I wish it were a rare experience, but it happens.” Read more…

Culture & Events

New South Asian club celebrates Vaisakhi

New South Asian club celebrates Vaisakhi

“The event itself saw DJ Decibel’s equipment shaking the SUB’s foundations, a colourful light show, and a strange, yet heady mix of traditional music and dancing with contemporary flourishes. Impressively, the event was the first organized by the newly formed SAC.”
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Arts in Review

Views is more of the same from Toronto’s self-proclaimed hip-hop spokesperson

Views is more of the same from Toronto’s self-proclaimed hip-hop spokesperson

“So what sort of release is Views? It seems mostly like an album, polished songs flowing together seamlessly. Occasionally though, it seems to draw on styles that were the low point of previous works. In any case, Views is best when it is innovative and pushes Drake’s sound forward.” 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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