November 23: TC interviews ANTH 303 student Lydia Toorenburgh and Dr. Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier

The Times Colonist profiled Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier on her unique third-year anthropology course about sound and people's relationship with it, ahead of a sonic exhibition of soundscapes developed by UVic students and taking place at the Royal BC Museum tomorrow. She and Lydia Toorenburgh, a fourth-year anthropology student, were interviewed about how sound becomes integral to lifestyle.

Visit the RBCM Thursday evening and hear what the Times Colonist is talking about.  UVic in the News describe the class and the RBCM exhibition.