Reported by Agazy Mengeshsa This year Langara is celebrating its 49th year on 49th Avenue. A pep rally was held at Langara’s gym on Wednesday celebrating “49 years on 49th Avenue”, an event which organizers promised to be one of the…
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.
Ensuring the future of traditional Irish sports in Vancouver means convincing locals to join the match, according to organizers.
By Agazy Mengesha The City of Vancouver has partnered with community centres and post-secondary institutions to make them into waste collection hubs for those who can’t make it to the new Zero Waste Centre near Marine Drive Station.…
“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'.”
Reported by Agazy Mengesha In Vancouver, where you can walk for five minutes and see three different dispensaries, it can be easy to forget that cannabis is still illegal to sell. But until someone complains, no one seems to care, not even…
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.
Black artists, writers and social activists shared their experiences about growing up and living in Vancouver with the public because they say black culture is underrepresented in the city.
Langara students voted last week in favour of continuing the U-Pass BC program beyond the current Dec. 31, 2019 program expiry date.