From the beginning, I opposed the provincial government’s 2005 policy prohibiting universities from charging tuition for ABE, or “Adult Baby Education.”
Repp Porter, long-time news reporter for The Cascade, was let go Tuesday evening after CSIS officers arrested him in his Abbotsford home. Porter’s elderly neighbour Eve Draup witnessed the arrest, reporting that the officers claimed they were arresting him for “incitement of terrorism, maybe.”
In lieu of a recent survey conducted by the Department for University Happiness (DUH), UFV has done away with its waitlists.
“As I recall it,” begins campaign volunteer Maurice Blanchot, “it was a time of crisis. We knew Justin was great, but we weren’t everyone. We sat in a room on a hot summer evening and saw the next few months flash by: us, staring at a computer screen, powerless, with a three-way tie. Luckily, Justin was there.”
By Francois Levoid (The Kafkade) – Email UFV’s new campus restaurant opened today. Or yesterday maybe, I don’t know. It doesn’t mean anything. Maybe it was yesterday. Regardless,...
The Cascade is not my favourite paper, but it’s my favourite paper to write for.
BC had already spent over 80 per cent of its wildfire budget and things were looking grim.
Christmas music is linked to the gradual rise of bowel deterioration in North America, according to a new study by the Deteriorating Entrails and Bowels Technical Society (DEBTS).
It’s no secret that college kids are passionate about their future. But what about the future of real adults, who actually contribute to this society that students want so badly to change?
"Cup Noodles are a beautiful thing. We can add some hot water to this thing in a styrofoam cup and have half a meal ready in five minutes. That kind of food technology was once thought to be reserved solely for astronauts orbiting the earth, with very little space or access to water. Now we can walk into a 7-Eleven and pick up 12 of those bad boys for like, $10."