CIVL Radio awarded $50,000 in funding

On July 9, the Community Radio Fund of Canada (CRFC) and CIVL Radio, UFV’s campus and community radio station, announced that $50,000 will be used for the RECORDING project at…

Meet UFV’s new summer appointments and hires

UFV has seen a number of new hires, appointments, and changes in staffing over the course of this summer, beginning with Dr. Joanne MacLean taking on her new role as…

Triple O’s comes to UFV

UFV’s food services will see a refresh this summer. The Cascade Café, UFV’s cafeteria, has been closed from June 4 to 29, undergoing renovations for the addition of a Triple…

Speaking to the president

Are you excited? Of course you’re excited. I am so excited. I’m beyond honoured to have this opportunity. I’m really interested in working with our students, working with our faculty,…

UFV students display knowledge at B.C. Tech Summit

Two UFV students were asked for resumes while presenting their final project — an automated control system that could be used in an industrial setting — at Western Canada’s largest…

Dr. Joanne MacLean welcomed as new president of UFV

Dr. Joanne MacLean was installed as the University of the Fraser Valley’s eighth president and vice chancellor May 11. Government officials, other university’s representatives, Stó:l? community representatives, faculty, staff, students,…

Fall first instructional day suspended

A day slated for activities and orientation is now scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 4, previously the first day of classes in the fall semester. At the May 4 Senate meeting,…

UFV to host wrestling championships

UFV will host the 2019 Canada West wrestling championships, as decided at the Canada West conference Annual General Meeting last week in Kelowna. The championships will be held Feb. 8…