Experiential learning pilot comes to UFV

This year, UFV will run a pilot of five experiential learning courses through the winter and summer semesters, where students work with city officials...

Ice storm wreaks havoc on UFV campus

The ice may be gone for now but the cleanup caused by the Fraser Valley’s freezing rain is far from over, David Shayler, associate...

‘Right leader for the right time’: Next UFV president

The University of the Fraser Valley presidential search came to a close last week. Dr. Joanne MacLean will be the president and vice-chancellor, beginning...

The Cascade editor-in-chief wins Canada-wide award

On Saturday, January 6, The Cascade’s editor-in-chief, Joel Robertson-Taylor, was named student journalist of the year at an annual gathering of student journalists in...

LEED Gold certification plaque arrives at UFV

The Student Union Building (SUB) received its LEED Gold certification plaque in a ceremony hosted January 9 in the building’s atrium, two years after...

Double robbery hits UFV art exhibits

An art piece was stolen from an Abbotsford C building art gallery while the exhibit was left temporarily unattended on Nov. 20. The...

Online security updated, ransom not paid

A month after UFV student personal account information was held ransom for $30,000, no additional information has been released. On October 31, The Cascade reported...

SUB extended hours

The Student Union Building (SUB) is open for extended hours during the exam period. From Dec. 5 – 14, the SUB’s hours will be...

The future of nationalism: Gwynne Dyer on Trump, the media, and...

Photo: Gwynne Dyer presents on Trump, and the rise of nationalism at UFV (Michael Hines/Contributor) Gwynne Dyer is a London-based independent Canadian journalist, syndicated columnist,...

New course brings Abbotsford community into the classroom

In January, several UFV courses will take on a new community focus. These hands-on courses will engage students with the issues of motivating the...

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