The eight loneliest inanimate objects at UFV

Summer on a university campus is a peaceful time. People are around, but they’re scattered, quiet, and unusually relaxed. There are no crowds, and aside from a few peak times,…

Well Arranged Succulents

Mid-morning I arrive at a greenhouse, and though I arrive on time, I’m the last to get here. I stand out, distinctly as someone who isn’t an old lady. Everyone…

Nights at the Circus

June 7, 2018 — opening night of the Royal Canadian Circus in Abbotsford. It’s cool for June, and the crowd is anxious to launch through the gates. Children giggle and…

British Columbia’s new school curriculum

In a changing world, the method and approach of educating younger generations must evolve with society. In British Columbia, the previous kindergarten to grade 12 curriculum needed to be updated…

Cafeteria Commentary

Historically, food has helped link humans together. It is more than just a substance consumed for health benefits — it’s a way of bringing people together in celebration, in mourning,…

Atangard Community Project

In a dimly lit lobby, immediately through rustic brown French doors off Essendene in downtown Abbotsford, there’s an upright bar piano where Beethoven’s Sonata No. 8 anticipates and sits anticipated….

The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg Review

Upon entering the second floor of the Vancouver Art Gallery, a gold leaf wall with the mega black title: The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg marks the threshold of the…

SUS Elections: a breakdown

What is the Student Union Society? The Student Union Society (SUS) is a student lead, non-profit organization on the University of the Fraser Valley campus that is funded by student…

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 and uncovered? Learning is evolving. By…