A History of Change

Where does an institution’s memory reside? How does life flow through the walls of learning, and continue in tradition while evolving with what’s learnt...

Buying a better grade

There’s an essay due next week in that elective course you threw into your schedule hoping it would be an easy A, but found...

Hollow Abby

Photography by: David Myles Written by: Jen Klassen The sound of footsteps fall hollow on the cold ground. The glass eyes of vacant buildings reflect grey...

Illustrating a hero

As a child, I couldn’t wait for the newspapers that invariably showed up on my front door. My parents would take the print, and...

Bread Crumbs

Written by: Joel Robertson-Taylor Illustrated by: Caleb Campbell                            

Geocaching in the Fraser Valley

I awake early on Saturday morning, chug a coffee until it replaces the blood in my body, and chow down some cereal until it...

Q&A With Billeh Nickerson: To help writers find their truth, see...

Billeh Nickerson is UFV’s 2018 Writer in Residence. Billeh is the author of five books, including The Asthmatic Glassblower, Let Me Kiss It Better, McPoems,...

The flip side: an interview with Allen Ginsberg

Miles Davis’ “So What” plays in the background as the search continues for last remnants of inspiration for piecing together this document. A bit...

Home. Here, there, somewhere

Mission: find a room. But I keep getting distracted. The subway looks like a mirror held against a mirror — row after row of...

Resolutions: making them without breaking them

Around 4,000 years ago, in 2,500 B.C., the first documented New Year’s resolution was made by the Babylonians. Back then, the new year began...

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