Shaw TV recently visited Rivers Dining Room at the UFV Chilliwack Trades and Technology campus. The dining room offers seatings on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. Each week, the menu is a prix fixe four-course meal for $25 prepared by UFV’s Culinary Arts cooks-in-training. For more on the Rivers dining experience, and the […]
UFV Cascades win CCAA bronze medal — defeat Humber College Hawks, 3-1 The University of the Fraser Valley Cascades women’s volleyball team defeated Humber College Hawks, of the OCAA, 3-1 to capture the 2012 CCAA national championship bronze medal. The Cascades finished the CCAA national championship tournament with a 3-1 record, coming back from their […]
This year’s UFV Theatre Shakespeare production will be the delightful romantic comedy As You Like It. Such is its endearing popularity, that this is the third time it has been produced by the department: once in 1984 and again in 1998, both productions generating excellent feedback and positive audience reaction. Veteran UFV theatre professor Ian […]
Three UFV athletic teams are involved in playoff action this weekend. The women’s volleyball team is playing in the national collegiate championships in Nanaimo, starting today (Thursday). The men’s basketball team plays in the Final Eight national tournament starting tomorrow (Friday) and the women’s basketball team plays for its life in a regional four-team tournament […]
This month, UFV students launched a brand new association to celebrate diversity at UFV. The newly minted International Student Association (ISA) aims to promote internationalization on campus and enrich students’ learning and living experience by creating opportunities to socialize in an inclusive environment. The latest addition to UFV’s growing roster of more than fifty clubs […]
Do you know an individual or a group who has made the Fraser Valley a better place to live? Those people who make everyday contributions to their community but may not be recognized? Consider nominating them for the Betty Urquhart annual community service award. Betty Urquhart was one of the first employees of Fraser […]
An upcoming UFV lecture will highlight the meeting of art and science. Next week, Dr. Nancy Van Wagoner will be presenting “Geosciences and the Ceramic Arts” while also referencing her personal practice in ceramics. Nancy has an extensive career as a senior academic leader, professor of the geosciences and volcanologist, and ceramic artist. Her work […]
Some photo sets from the Cascades’ impressive quarterfinal series Feb 23-25.