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What’s new in the ‘Wack: notes from the other campus

Music, drama, sports, and volunteering opportunities are all available this March at UFV Chilliwack.

Spring is here, love is in the air, and Student Life in Chilliwack wants to remind students about safe sex practices. Yes, it may seem like the content of elementary school curriculum but condom use is an important life skill. That’s why on Wednesday, March 23, all UFV students are invited to Chilliwack Campus Centre for an 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. event entitled Fresh Romance. Student Life will be serving up free ice cream sundaes to all students who bring their own banana and show that they can properly apply a condom to the phallic fruit. This may seem difficult, but Student Life is assuring you, the amount of ice cream and delicious toppings will make it worth the effort.

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By Desmond Devnich (Contributer) – Email

Music, drama, sports, and volunteering opportunities are all available this March at UFV Chilliwack.

Spring is here, love is in the air, and Student Life in Chilliwack wants to remind students about safe sex practices. Yes, it may seem like the content of elementary school curriculum but condom use is an important life skill. That’s why on Wednesday, March 23, all UFV students are invited to Chilliwack Campus Centre for an 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. event entitled Fresh Romance. Student Life will be serving up free ice cream sundaes to all students who bring their own banana and show that they can properly apply a condom to the phallic fruit. This may seem difficult, but Student Life is assuring you, the amount of ice cream and delicious toppings will make it worth the effort.

International Women’s Day will be recognized at the Trades & Technology Centre (TTC) with the Student Union Society (SUS) on Tuesday, March 15. Our Chilliwack campus librarians will be providing tea, cookies, and ample knowledge about the women’s movement through the years. Amara, Debbie, and Kieran of SUS, and Desmond of Student Life, will be hosting a celebration of the hard-working women at TTC with lunch, contests, and prizes.

Student Life and Chilliwack Community Involvement Club are joining the UFV International Department in their annual Canadian Cancer Society Daffodil Campaign at the end of March. Live daffodils and lapel pins will be sold to benefit the national organization in a show of support for all cancer survivors on campus. For Abbotsford campus info, email michelle.rickaby@ufv.ca; for information for Chilliwack campus, email desmond.devnich@ufv.ca.

Our Theatre department enthusiastically announces their production of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest this month. Have you reserved your tickets yet? There will be romance, music, dance, comedy, and spectacle. Congratulations to the hard-working stars of the play, Glen Pinchin, Danielle Warmenhoven, Catrina Lewis, Gabe Kirkley, and supporting actors, Natasha Beaumont, Dylan Coulter, J.D. Dueckman, Kyra Essau, Aaron Froc, Eli Funk, Melissa Harris, Tim Howe, Ron Jackson, Rebecca Mackenzie, Danielle Milette, Natasha Ray, Thomas Smith, and Dayna Thomas. Visit Chilliwack campus and experience the classical arts!

Campus Rec is proud to announce the installation of a new ping pong table at Chilliwack Campus Centre. Be sure to check this column in a few weeks for details on an upcoming ultimate games competition.

Local band Rags to Radio performed with special guest Like Bears at Chilliwack campus’ monthly Wednesday pub night at Corky’s Irish Pub on March 9. Rags to Radio has additional tour dates this month with stops in Vancouver, Kamloops, Hinton, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, and Regina. Amara Vanderveen, SUS vice-president East, was thrilled to add their concert to the growing list of successful campus life events in Chilliwack. You can hear their music at ragstoradio.bandcamp.com. Events at Corky’s in Chilliwack have been a fun part of student life at UFV for over a year now, and students from all campuses are encouraged to attend and take advantage of the 25 per cent discount on food items.

Take a drive through the farm country and eat, stay, study, and play at Chilliwack campus.

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