For BC Culture Days, Kenthen Thomas wishes to demonstrate the beauty and value of storytelling through stories called “Legends That Teach.”
2020 and 2021, in so many layered ways, has taken us out of ourselves. I want this performance to be kind of like a helpful tool for bringing people back home to themselves.
A major concern this election season for students (besides COVID-19) is the scrapping of the Vote on Campus initiative that allowed them to vote at their universities in 2019.
In the end, even if you end a conversation not agreeing on key issues, it’s important to feel comfortable having the conversation nonetheless.
I’m sitting in Rare Books and Special Collections (RBSC), in the basement of Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, and I hold in my hands a piece of literary history. I’m holding the second draft manuscript of a novel called Under The Volcano by English writer Malcolm Lowry.
Wandering through the aisles of the MOA and allowing my mind to wander with me, impulsively opening drawers at a whim and enjoying the unexpected findings is the perfect way to decompress.
This time on Hidden Treasures, we dive into Oceania and the various aspects of their many cultures: weapons, ceremonies, and human subjects.
During the lecture, Naqvi analyzed the current prejudices and misconceptions about what it means to be an Afghan.
There are 250 to 300 types of edible plants that grow in the food garden that are are typically harvested by volunteers and then donated to the local community.
In the midst of a global pandemic, Martens found herself enjoying the phone calls, even if it may not have been the original plan for the project.
Did I hear a voice asking what shoe colour options there are for black suits? Black and dark brown.
In the year 2050, art has been outlawed by the technology-driven fascism of the ruling regime.
“We are much more than our past, we are our resiliency and we are not steeped in trauma-based narratives,” Friday said in an interview with The Ubyssey.
While the pandemic is still far from over, I am hopeful that soon enough we will still pull through and finally, come together as a campus and celebrate all that we had missed out on during the previous year.
The village that brought Wash Your Hands of My Blood to the ConnectHER Film Festival with only two months of writing and filming, consisted of Anahita Seraji, Aakanksha Sahu, Param Tahilramani, Nixita Taneja, Shriya Chamarty, Ziyaan Virji, Sidharth Grover, Maria Gimenez, Amanda Blake, Jin Lee and Isha Sacheti.
Between Zoom classes, I’d walk around to get some fresh air, only to discover that campus was a shadow of what it used to be.
To deal with my anxieties, I needed to hear, ‘How do you feel’ or ‘What do you need’ or maybe even a ‘So, what now.’
Techwear is an abbreviation for technical wear, usually made with breathable, water-resistant and flexible material. Clothes that are perfect for everyday wear that maximizes utility; clothes that make your life easier.
From decolonial research to digitizing records, X̱wi7x̱wa Library amplifies voices which have historically been silenced.
Dr. Chaudhry brought up the myth of independence: all the ways we divide ourselves, like race, gender and class don’t matter.
The paws-itively delightful event ended on a lighter note as Protopopova expressed that, “humans and dogs and cats have [been living in harmony]. . . for hundreds and thousands of years successfully.”
Not to be a nostalgic geezer, but when I was her age, my tech entertainment was limited to watching The Incredibles on DVD (as a treat).