According to Langara College students, studying abroad is a highly attractive prospect that present various challenges, namely the cost of travel.
Ana Rose Walkey
Mealworms can be an excellent source of additional protein for the Western diet, according to former Langara students who are researching the beetle larvae.
Ozone therapy isn’t sanctioned by the Food and Drug Administration for a reason - it’s dangerous. Ozone is a toxic gas that has killed people and has poisoned the blood of others in hopes it will treat disease.
As hard as it is to hear arguments you disagree with, listening intently to opposing views will not only benefit you by gaining a different perspective, but will move society along in a positive direction.
Protecting students’ right to free speech on campus means they will sometimes encounter ideas they feel are deeply disagreeable, said Langara philosophy instructor Kent Schmor.
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.
Basketball is back in Musqueam. Youth interest in the sport, which thrived throughout the 1990s, had all but died, until last year.
A cut in funding for health services for Indigenous people in the Downtown Eastside couldn’t come at a worse time, given the state of the opioid crisis, say local service providers.
Ensuring the future of traditional Irish sports in Vancouver means convincing locals to join the match, according to organizers.
In preparation for this weeks' Co-op and Career week, Langara College hosted Dress for Success: a workshop to aid students in how to dress and present themselves for future job interviews.