The Langara Falcons were unable to repeat their success from the 2014 men’s national basketball championships, finishing last at this year’s Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association National Championships in Langley.
In the sixth episode of Voice Radio, managing web editor Taesa Hodel and social media editor Kelsea Franzke preview stories that will appear in the March 21 issue of The Voice.
Cedar Cottage Food Network Society is selling more than vegetables: there’s a more secure food system on the menu, and the neighbourhoods they serve are thriving.
The latest exhibit at a local gallery is an opportunity for artists who identify as women to empower women to reclaim the narrative of their own bodies.
The Langara International Socialists club is tethering its cause to that of Indigenous activists in Northern B.C.
The Vancouver Dodgeball League is heading to the National Dodgeball Championships for the first time after a big win at the provincial tryouts.
Canada’s sports supplement market is under-regulated, leaving athletes at risk of taking dangerous and banned drugs unknowingly. In order to better protect Canadian athletes, Health Canada needs to step up to the bat and improve supplement…
Produced by Taesa Hodel It's been a weird winter, that's for sure. Sunny and warm days were replaced with sudden snowstorms over the past week, and some gardens have suffered for it. Langara College Community Garden is home to mason bees…
The mental response to a sports injury is deeply debilitating, and without the right support, an athlete may never be the same, both on and off the field.