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From her family’s village in India to the campus on Langara, Prabhleen Kaur Matharu’s name and the details of her life up to her brutal death is being publicly uncovered.
Athletes with disabilities face obvious challenges in competitive sports. What is less intuitive is the edge their disability sometimes provides them.
Textile pattern designer Fabienne Good attributes her whimsical and colourful designs to a childhood growing up on a farm and her international travels around the globe.
Former Falcons assistant coach Virginia Watson is hoping to turn the women’s basketball teams’ season around after it was left in the lurch by former head coach Curtis Nelson.
The inter-semester break is fast approaching, and that means the men’s and women’s basketball teams are about to have their most prolonged stretch of non-competitive action.
With over 450 lane-kilometres of bike lanes in Vancouver, you'll be hard-pressed to commute without crossing one at some point.
A Langara grad is debuting in her first Eastside Culture Crawl, and bringing a collection of work where she combines her art with stories from local authors.
Indigenous students at Langara are still dealing with negative stereotypes regarding their identity and their past.
Adopting a furry critter is not an option for everyone who lives in Canada, but alternatives such as fostering pets can allow those who don’t have a permanent status in Canada the companionship that comes from having a pet.