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Jesse Boyes

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What’s left of what’s right: are we allowed to talk about...

It has been a particularly anomalous year for Dr. Jordan Peterson in the world of politics. In September of 2016 he uploaded a couple...

Twin Peaks: 25 years later and still weird

Season three of Twin Peaks was strange. Surprise. If you haven’t seen the show, seasons one and two aired in 1991 and 1992. The...

Q&A with Trevor Carolan

Early in the summer, I talked to Professor Trevor Carolan, and asked about the psychology of literature, social activism, Cascadia/bioregionalism, and ancient Chinese divination....

“Thinkerspace” Opens in Teaching and Learning

The grand opening of a new renovated space in the teaching and learning department happened at the beginning of last month. The area is...

Awarded for educating educators

The Association of B.C. Deans of Education recently granted Sandy Hill with the 2017 Teacher Educator Award. Hill is a program coordinator at UFV...

Speaking of writing: A Q&A with UFV professor, Trevor Carolan

Trevor Carolan is a professor at UFV who teaches creative non-fiction, poetry, literary journalism, and other writing classes. He recently published his 20th book,...

What’s in a Digsite: Owain Nicholson Finds Meaning in Dirt

With the opening line, “Aspen are pale femurs thrust skyward,” working archaeologist Owain Nicholson welcomes readers into such excavations of fractal similarities. The first...

Celebrating Cascadia Culture Week: Making Sense of Bioregionalism

Cascadia Culture Week, a celebration for inhabitants of a bioregion that encompasses British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, parts of Idaho, southern Alaska, and northern California,...

Blackboard’s database flown to the cloud

In April, Blackboard went black for a few days during scheduled system updates. The data that comprises Blackboard is now stored and accessed in...

UFV Science Students Going to London

An opportunity for students to represent UFV at the London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) was announced in January. The event benefits many kinds...