Art of the Month: Flow, by Sharon Clark

Art of the Month is a recurring feature that highlights the visual arts work of UFV students. In conjunction with the Visual Arts Student...

Q&A with Soul Mates

Last week, on the night of September 20, Saskatoon band Soul Mates made an appearance at Carport Manor on their Western Canada 2017 tour....

Dancing, art, stories, and fun: celebrating National Aboriginal Day

"The month of June is a special one, serving as National Aboriginal History month here in Canada. June 21 is even more special, as it’s National Aboriginal Day: a month long celebration of Aboriginal culture, all centred around a single day. UFV’s celebration of our indigenous peoples was held on Wednesday, June 17, in the Student Union Building."
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Reach lecture investigates radical nature of bill bissett’s art

Carl Peters gave a lecture on “subverting the bureaucracy” at the Reach last Thursday, one of two lectures analyzing the art of Canadian poet bill bissett.

Glowga gets a glowing review

Phosphorescent lights, glow-in-the-dark body paint, and yoga — aptly termed “glowga” — the UFV yoga club hosted its second annual winter semester kickoff event...


I’ve spent all weekend reading about poems and poems about poems and things about poems and poems about things and things that are like poems and poems that are like things and things that are not poems at all and how these poems don’t work with these things but how these things work with poems and poems about poems.

Life is a Box of Swiss Chocolates: Wrestling with Leaving

Life is a Box of Swiss Chocolates is a recurring column showcasing the life of a UFV student studying abroad. Jennifer is in Lucerne,...

Art on campus returns for third year in a row

"Springtime here at UFV sees the trees blossoming, students spread out on the green, and for the third time, sculptures set around Abbotsford campus. The class, “Sculpture and Extended Media II,” works alongside facilities staff to scout locations on campus, and then develop their artwork to interact with those spaces."

Art of the Month: November

Art of the Month: November

The mystery of the winter moon’s shadow

Over the winter break my family and I flew down to San Diego to bathe in the sun’s rays. On the flight, down a few hours past sunset, I realized the half moon that was rising into the sky didn’t look right. Instead of the familiar vertical shadow separating the light side of the moon from the dark, the shadow was more horizontal, making it look like the bottom half of an orange.