Despite the recent expulsion of Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott from the Federal Liberal caucus, Wilson-Raybould’s sister, who is an instructor at Langara, says young women should stay hopeful and continue to get involved in…
The arson attack at Langara College on Monday was planned, and there was no indication the suspect charged had any signs of mental health issues, The Voice has learned.
The impact of Islamophobia on students’ sense of well-being can affect their ability to succeed in school, according to a Langara sociology instructor
A year after the death of Yim Tse, the Vancouver calligraphy community celebrates the lasting contribution the famed Chinese calligrapher made to the art form.
The already long lines in the cafeteria are likely here to stay, due to a reduction in staff’s hours.
Despite recent criticisms around the use of cryotherapy to treat injuries calling the treatment pseudo-science, some athletes, coaches and clinics stand by their various cures.
The Langara International Socialists club is tethering its cause to that of Indigenous activists in Northern B.C.
Despite a confirmed case of measles on campus, there’s no need to worry about an outbreak, says Langara’s dean of nursing.
As Valentine’s Day affections are spread around Langara College this week, the traditions associated with it may seem unusual to the school’s culturally diverse student body.
In the second episode of Voice Radio, managing web editor Kirsten Clarke and social media editor Darren Amner preview stories that will appear in the Feb. 14 issue of The Voice.