While the recent purchase of the Vancouver Warriors has been good for the team, reactions by fans have been mixed.
As Langara College proposes an increase of its international student recruitment budget, concerns surround the ability of B.C. institutions to accommodate an influx of international students.
By Liam Hill-Allan Langara’s lack of a concrete illness policy is putting students and staff at risk. When I fell ill in early March, I faced the classic dilemma — to attend my Langara classes or stay at home. I knew attending eight hours…
Hundreds of people gathered at a somber vigil Sunday at the Vancouver Art Gallery to show solidarity with the victims of New Zealand’s recent terrorist attack, and members of the Muslim community.
Langara's men’s basketball team is feeling confident, despite the pressures of hosting this year’s national championships as an underdog team.
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…
Langara’s plan to update its two-decade old registration system cannot come soon enough for some students and staff.
Without the Marpole Curling Club’s support for one South Vancouver high school team, the high costs of the sport would make it impossible for the school to compete.
Langara’s upcoming free film series, Modern Times, gives students the opportunity to watch movies as part of an audience, an activity which statistics suggest is on the decline.
As tryouts approach, the Langara men’s soccer team is looking for players, and players are looking for a school.