“They just kept procrastinating the email,” Elsayed said. “They could've been a little more comprehensive with their replies, rather than simply replying 'we'll get into it' or 'we'll look into it'.”
An investment in technology, such as 3D animations, that would allow for students to learn without environmental harm, is a step the college should be willing to take.
With a new soccer season for the Langara Falcons men’s soccer team rapidly approaching, both returning and new players are fighting for limited spots on the team.
It’s no secret: British Columbians love their alcohol, especially the craft-made and locally produced kind.
Punjabi Market came back to life last Sunday through anecdotes and cups of chai tea, as residents and business owners came together to share the importance of keeping its history alive.
The students at Langara College are not interested in buying the products offered by the temporary vendors in the foyer of Building A, but the vendors say their sales are high this season and they are happy to return to the college next…
Three years after the peak of fossil fuel divestment campaigns on B.C. campuses, students still have little idea how much their institutions invest in oil.
The idea that Millennials are commitment-phobic is all too familiar to some Langara College students.
Rising costs of living, paired with more potential career opportunities, are just two of the reasons why millennial women are choosing to delay the birth of their first child.
The Student Services department is trying to make the holiday season less difficult for some students in need.