Road trip movies are a dime a dozen — but it’s not often you see one told from an aboriginal point of view.
“Silence about race is a deterrent to people coming forward [with their stories],” says Satwinder Bains, director of UFV’s Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies.
English majors flexed their vocabularies at the English Student Association (ESA)’s February 6 word game bonanza.
“What if Caesar were a general who managed to eradicate terrorism from the world?” It’s a hypothetical question at the centre of UFV’s upcoming production of...
On Thursday, January 29, AfterMath, in conjunction with CIVL, hosted an open mic night.
Late last week, the Reach art gallery launched a stunning new display titled Decolonize Me, a collaborative effort by six aboriginal artists that explores the implications...
The library is a good place to spend any rainy Saturday, but it’s even better when there’s free pizza and balloon animals involved.
The Sikh Heritage Museum celebrated the launch of its seventh official exhibition on January 17, with over 120 attendees.
Approximately 30 people filled B121 on Thursday, January 22, to watch the documentary Slavery By Another Name as part of the ongoing Slavery, Race, and Civil...
The room at the Hampton Inn was packed with attendees, space was tight, and the atmosphere was energetic; Art Battle 208 was about to begin.