President’s Leadership Lecture series in Chilliwack for the first time Honorary degree recipient Madeleine MacIvor is returning to UFV to speak as part of the President’s 2012 Leadership lecture series. For the first time the series will hold one of its sessions at the UFV Chilliwack campus at the Canada Education Park.. The lecture is […]
Haven’t caught a Cascades game this season? Here’s your chance! Can you say HOMESTAND? All four varsity teams currently playing will be hosting at home this weekend, including the ranked No. 2 i Canada 6-0 women’s basketball team, the 9-1 first-place women’s volleyball team, the 3-3 men’s basketball team, and the 1-9 men’s volleyball team. […]
From The Province, Nov 22, 2012 By Howard Tsumura Al Tuchscherer had a pretty good feeling that starting a CIS women’s basketball program in the eastern part of the Fraser Valley was kind of like having the only shopping mall in a mass of suburban sprawl. But as the head coach of Abbotsford’s University of […]
Rivers fine dining lounge is once again opening for dinners on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, starting Tues, Nov 6. Rivers, located at UFV’s Trades and Technology Centre on the Chilliwack campus at Canada Education Park, is run by the university’s Culinary Arts program to give students experience in creating and serving multi-course gourmet dinners in the […]
The Association of History Students (AHS) has started a new student journal, The Acropolis, which is devoted to publishing original historical research by UFV students. Send your submissions to email@example.com. The submission deadline for papers is November 30.
The opening production of the UFV Theatre department’s 2012/13 season of theatre will be Once in a Lifetime, the hilarious comedy from George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, which follows the progress of a trio of failing vaudevillians who attempt to boost their chances of employment by working as elocutionists in a 1920s Hollywood that […]
Thousands of languages are disappearing; a few are coming to dominate. What is the origin of this loss and change? What does it mean for those who speak about particular places in their own ways? And do the Inuit really have 46 words for snow? Anthropologist, writer, and filmmaker Hugh Brody will examine these concepts […]
By Peter B. Raabe, PhD If it’s true that science and technology courses are the ones that get you the jobs, what’s the point of taking a humanities course? This was the central question under discussion at the 2nd World Humanities Forum held in Busan, Korea from November 1 to November 3. The conference was […]