April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, and one dance instructor is hoping to bring those suffering from the neurodegenerative disease together through dance.
An elderly pedestrian has been killed and another is in hospital in two separate car accidents in South Vancouver.
When Mari Hayashi trains on the pole, she blocks out the negative comments she gets from those who confuse her sport with seduction.
A local vegan organization which started as a challenge between friends, is hoping to show people that being vegan isn’t hard.
TransLink’s transition to the Compass Card system hasn’t stopped Langara students from trying to sell their U-Passes on a Facebook group dedicated to buying and selling used textbooks.
Produced by Nathan Durec In the fifth episode of Voice Radio, web editor Patrick Penner and social media editor Kirsten Clarke preview stories that will appear in the March 14 issue of The Voice. This podcast features Maxim Fossey's story…
Despite an increase in numbers, women are still underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, according to one UBC professor.
In the fourth episode of the Voice Radio, managing web editor Kathryn Tindale and web editor Darren Amner preview stories that will appear in the March 7 issue of The Voice. This podcast features the Kristian Trevena’s story about women…
The technology workforce in B.C. is thriving, largely thanks to millennials who have been surrounded by tech from a young age, according to one software development manager.
New Ontario legislation that allows post-secondary students to opt out of tuition fees that are deemed “non-mandatory” could cause more harm than good for some students, according to the Langara Student Union.