No personal device support for summer students

The UFV Student Union Society (SUS) will be entering into a new partnership this fall with the university’s technical services to offer students a larger range of IT support for…

I’m not what you’d call an adrenaline seeker

I sit in my lawn chair, binoculars in hand, beer beside me. My grandma walks over and asks if I’m planning on doing anything with my Saturday. My fiancé comes…

Dr. Joanne MacLean welcomed as new president of UFV

Dr. Joanne MacLean was installed as the University of the Fraser Valley’s eighth president and vice chancellor May 11. Government officials, other university’s representatives, Stó:l? community representatives, faculty, staff, students,…

Andy Sidhu takes office as UFV’s new chancellor

UFV’s newly appointed chancellor Andy Sidhu was formally sworn into office in a ceremony Thursday, April 19. Sidhu will be taking over the position from Dr. Gwen Point, who has…

Arts festival livens up UFV’s Friday evening

Over 200 staff, students, and alumni attended UFV’s first ever collaborative event between the creative writing, visual arts, and theatre programs. The Interpret Creative & Performing Arts Festival featured works…

Pilot program brings new meaning to condensed semester

UFV College of Arts will be offering a series of condensed courses this summer. The U-Cube pilot project will feature four three-credit courses sharing a theme of Canadian studies, and…

SUS reaches out for members’ opinions on budget

The Student Union Society (SUS) hosted a series of focus groups earlier this month to ask student opinions on issues related to budget and programs offered by SUS. Gurvir Gill,…