Feature

UFV broadcasting team shares their trade secrets

Image: Anthony Biondi

Aaron Levy, CIVL station manager, and Jaslyen Singh (Jazz), a former UFV women’s basketball player: these are the two voices of the UFV broadcasting team. I got the chance to sit down with both Aaron and Jazz to see if I could get a little insight into some of the secrets behind their craft. Read more!

News

Abbotsford MP and UFV philosophy professor weigh in on pros and cons of proposed Anti-terrorism Act

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Bill C-51, the proposed Anti-terrorism Act, has been criticized by its opponents as unconstitutional since it was first introduced and read at the House of Commons on January 30. Read more!

Opinion

More than entertainment: discrimination against women in media

More than entertainment: discrimination against women in media

Violence and discrimination against women in real life is a pervasive, even pandemic, problem. Read more!

Culture

“Don’t give into the fear”: Panel offers critical response to the proposed Barbaric Cultural Practices Act

“Don’t give into the fear”: Panel offers critical response to the proposed Barbaric Cultural Practices Act

It was out of tragedy that the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination was born. Read more!

Arts in Review

Three-man jury finds To Pimp a Butterfly guilty of being rather dope

Three-man jury finds To Pimp a Butterfly guilty of being rather dope

Kendrick Lamar’s follow-up to the critically acclaimed good kid, m.A.A.d city was dropped online March 16, a week before schedule. Having a few days to digest the new album, Martin Castro, Kodie Cherrille, and Alex Rake got together to discuss their initial thoughts of To Pimp a Butterfly. Read more!

Sports

Cricket team represents UFV in American championships

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The UFV Cricket club travelled to Fort Lauderdale, Florida to represent Canadian participation in the American Collegiate National Cricket Championships last week. Read more!

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