Reported by Desirée Garcia The previously unseen issue of Burnaby’s drug-overdose crisis is being put in the spotlight this month, as local social-action groups lobby to get more political and public attention brought to it. Ending the…
By Desirée Garcia After an opinion piece by Darren Amner about academic misconduct appeals, web editor Desirée Garcia weighs in with her thoughts on the subject. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M_FTAREMXc&feature=youtu.be
Despite being prohibited from using marijuana for their experiments, the Langara Cannabis Research Group is on the verge of publishing its first of five studies on the social, environmental, and economic effects of the drug.
While a silent campus is an impossible goal, colleges could do more to curb unnecessary noise and make life easier for students with sound sensitivity.
The students and teacher of a new kung fu choreography class are collaborating with a group of independent filmmakers to create a kung fu short film.
Humane substitutions for biological dissections, like 3D animations, fail to provide all the educational benefits a real animal offers, according to academics and students.
Bitters are made by soaking plants or spices in a jar filled with high proof alcohol for anywhere from a few hours to a few weeks, depending on desired taste. Workshop participants used local shrubs, chamomile and devil’s club, which can be…
To avoid the empty homes tax, some South Vancouver residents are hiring a new type of company to fill their houses with large numbers of young renters. In doing so, the company may be contravening a municipal bylaw, raising overcrowding…
The history of chess can be traced back 1,500 years. It might take another 1,500 to get women equally represented.
Langara’s Studio 58 is breaking theatrical convention in its rendition of The Skin of Our Teeth to generate discussion about climate change, politics and human resilience.