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Gerald’s Game ain’t that much fun

Hot on the heels of IT’s theatrical release this summer, the direct-to-Netflix Gerald’s Game marks the second time in just as many months Stephen...

Art in the Fraser Valley— Where it’s at, who’s involved, and...

On the surface, UFV’s Abbotsford campus is very blunt about it being a university campus. Whoever planned the space must have thought: well, a...

UFV Amnesty hosts Refugee Stories Day

On Tuesday, October 10, UFV’s Amnesty Club hosted Refugee Stories Day, an event aimed at sharing the experiences of refugees living in the Fraser...

Kingsman 2 doesn’t realize it’s supposed to be silly

2014’s Kingsman: The Secret Service was fun mostly because of its self-awareness. Following a plot laid down by Mark Millar in a series of...

Palestine student group brings human rights to the forefront with film...

Among the many student clubs at UFV, the Palestine Student Club, chaired by Kapil Sharma, might appear to students as one of the most...

Raphael Silver carves his way to victory

On Friday, September 29, the Abbotsford Arts Council held a house post raising ceremony at the Kariton Art Gallery, officially unveiling a recently carved...

Some scorn for Son of Zorn

Lately, Netflix hasn’t had the best of luck when it comes to keeping the quality of their original programing consistent. Yes, I’m as excited...

Arty Awards Preview

The 13th annual Arty Awards will be held on Saturday, September 30, at the Reach Gallery Museum. The awards aim to celebrate artists, and...

Future stuff is hard

I’m halfway through the last semester of my undergrad, and if there’s one thing that’s clear it’s that four years of university have not,...

Antisocialities tries too hard to be social

I don’t think Canadian indie-pop darlings Alvvays realized what they’d done when they made “Archie, Marry Me,” the lead single on their 2014 self-titled...