Snapshot: Aw, rats.

If you read my article about cars last week, you’ll know that mine needed some work. To save money, I decided to try fixing it myself, swapping my defective heater…

Daffodil days arrive at UFV

From March 28 – 30, UFV’s Circle K club will be raising money and awareness for the Canadian Cancer Society with Daffodil Days, their contribution to the month-long fundraising effort…

You’ve got to spend some green to go green

Right as I drove past Baker House last Wednesday, about to park and running late for some work at The Cascade’s office, something went wrong with my car. First I…

Snapshot: Breaking the school year mould

I’m far from the first person to say this — I’m not even the first to write a snapshot on it — but I’m well past the point of being…

Mostly Autumn’s Sight of Day makes no sense

How do you follow up a masterpiece? In the case of Mostly Autumn’s Sight of Day, it seems you don’t even try to capture the lightning in a bottle twice….

Upcoming job fair highlights summer jobs

Finding work in this day and age can be overwhelming; with so many websites listing countless jobs, narrowing it down to find something that you’re qualified for, have a chance…

UFV rallies against bullying for Pink Shirt Day

UFV marked Pink Shirt Day on February 22 with an advocacy fair, featuring a variety of speakers encouraging students to “rise up” against bullying and “to disrupt entrenched thinking and…

UFV faculty presents bite-sized information

Dr. Nicola Mooney presents her two-minute microlecture on Sikhism’s relationship with environmentalism. UFV’s Road Runner Café played host to a wide assortment of the university’s faculty as they shared two-minute…

Just how thirsty is UFV?

As someone who makes a point of staying hydrated, I’ve become very familiar with UFV’s water bottle filling stations. But it wasn’t until recently that I stopped to pay attention…