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The University Centre Cafeteria will close on Dec. 13 for a major renovation and expansion. The eight-month project will see a shift from a cafeteria-style model to a market-style concept where
food is freshly prepared before the customer. The opening of the new facility, Mystic Market, is scheduled for fall 2014.
British Columbia’s winner of the world’s oldest and most prestigious student scholarship for 2014 is a 21-year-old biochemistry student from the University of Victoria.
Two University of Victoria experts are available to discuss the provincial government’s support of Parliamentary Secretary for Liquor Policy Reform John Yap’s report on liquor policy reform.
Premier Christy Clark made this announcement in Kelowna.
Leadership studies expert Dr. Carolyn Crippen became interested in two Vancouver Canucks players' style of play while watching a hockey game in 2009. Three years later, her case study confirms
her theory that Henrik and Daniel Sedin, Swedish-born stars, exemplify attributes that make them ideal role models for both young athletes and adults.
Solar-powered lights embedded in bike lanes. Foot rests at intersections. Interactive walking maps on trails. These are just a few of the cool ideas from University of Victoria students to
encourage cycling and walking in urban and rural environments around Greater Victoria.
University of Victoria doctoral candidate Nick Stanger is researching “sense of place” and how formative places become transformative places. Stanger says with more and more time spent online
and in front of screens, people are losing their connection to the ecological systems that are life sustaining, both in the physical and psychological senses.