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Saturday, December 16, 2017

Everyday activism

Today’s world can often seem like a cold and dark place. If you’re an arts and social sciences student, you may even be studying...

Vancouver eats

By: Megan Griffiths I love food and I spend far too much money on it. While intellectually, I understand that it is cheaper and healthier...

Is graduate school for you?

By: Aaron Richardson   What do I need to do to apply? If you’re thinking about grad school, the first thing to consider is the application. The application...

Rate my professors: Peak edition

Mary-Ellen Kelm History Whether you’re taking a history class because it’s your major or because you need to fill in a breadth requirement, try to take...

A day in the life of a TA

Being an undergraduate student isn’t always easy and you can’t help but think about what your life might be like after graduation. In a...

History comes alive through tales of the dead

Halloween may come once a year, but Vancouver is gothic and full of ghost stories year-round.  Or at least that’s what two walking companies,...

The power of a poem

the pain taught me how to write and the writing taught me how to heal –Harman Kaur   When asked why she is constantly compelled to put pen to paper,...

Fish tales: the collapse of BC’s wild salmon

“Shocking,” “contentious,” and “controversial” aren’t ordinarily words you hear associated with wild salmon but the truth is the salmon runs of 2016 and 2017...

De-stress before the test

Self-care is taking care of yourself the same way you take care of the important people in your life. It’s doing things that are...

Explore the Masters of Digital Media program

By: Alexander Kenny   In 2001, a company called Finning donated an 18-acre plot of land for the creation of the Great Northern Way campus. It...