If we really want to consider the consequences of easily accessible porn, we must consider the content. A recent New York Times article suggested that pornography is the primary way that adolescents learn about sex. Studio 58’s The P*rn…
Basketball is back in Musqueam. Youth interest in the sport, which thrived throughout the 1990s, had all but died, until last year.
A new artist-run studio in Marpole is facing an uncertain future as the building’s impending sale is making it difficult to attract enough artists to make ends meet.
People with a condition that isn’t recognized as a disability but can impair learning say the first step to accommodating them is raising awareness.
By Lisa Steacy B.C. businesses, service providers and community organizations are increasingly turning to graphic recordings to tackle heavy topics, saying they are more effective when it comes to sharing difficult experiences and educating…
Although female students are still the minority in science programs at Langara, the gender gap is slowly narrowing with 65 per cent of students in biology being women.
"You're still going to have people who feel that their vote doesn't matter or they still don't feel encouraged to vote for a candidate that they see on their ballot but if we move to a proportional system we're going to see less of that,”…
Vancouver’s Chinese lion dance teams work hard to hone the acrobatic skills that will be on display during some of this year’s Chinese New Year celebrations.
One of the last post-secondary institutions in Metro Vancouver to develop an internationalization strategy, Langara College is now asking students and staff for input in how to integrate an ever-increasing number of foreign students.
The U-Pass is a bargain, even for students who don’t use transit daily.