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…

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,…

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 skies, and echo the…

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 replaces the empty space in my…

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 frantic now as the sax solo…

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 people stand and sit. They all…