Post Tagged with: "Langara"

It’s mating season and coyotes near Langara wiley, warrant caution

It’s mating season and coyotes near Langara wiley, warrant caution

February 5, 2016 at 7:00 am 0 comments

Reported by Natalie Dunsmuir It’s mating season for urban coyotes, and the sight of wild animals near campus can be a cause for alarm. Greg Hart, who works with the Co-ExistingRead More

The playwrights of FourPlay (L to R): Markian Tarasiuk, Bronywn Carradine, Elan Bertles, Carly Pokoradi and Kamyar Pazandeh.

FourPlay theatre festival showcases talented women of Studio 58

February 5, 2016 at 7:00 am 0 comments

Reported by Daniel Dadi-Cantarino Studio 58’s annual FourPlay theatre festival at Langara College will showcase strong female presence in production, performance, writing and direction. The festival, consisting of four plays,Read More

Vancouverites fight rainy winters with versatile fashion

Vancouverites fight rainy winters with versatile fashion

February 5, 2016 at 7:00 am 0 comments

Reported by Simran Gill Commuting Vancouverites constantly face the struggle of dressing for many seasons in a given day. Rain falls in the city almost every other day according toRead More

Lobbyists not an option at Langara College, says administration

Lobbyists not an option at Langara College, says administration

February 4, 2016 at 7:00 am 0 comments

Reported by Jordan Macdonald Langara College does not use lobbyists and likely never will, said Ian Humphreys, vice-president of business planning and strategic development at Langara College. But according to someRead More

The Railway Club on the corner of Dunsmuir and Seymour is where Stangers on a Train is held monthly. Photo by Julia Wickham.

Langara English students headline in reading series Strangers on a Train

November 21, 2015 at 7:00 am Comments are Disabled

Reported by Julia Wickham The reading series Strangers on a Train is giving a voice to Langara College students, allowing them to showcase their work in a public space. AllieRead More

Winners from last year's Jack Webster Awards. Languor journalism program chairperson Frances Bula (pick jacket, front left) won both of her nominations: Best News Reporting of the Year - Print and Jack Webster Business, Industry & Economics Award. (Photo: Jack Webster Foundation)

Langara journalism grads among finalists for 2015 Jack Webster Awards

November 3, 2015 at 1:58 pm Comments are Disabled

Reported by Erin Boe On Wednesday, Nov. 4, the best in B.C. journalism will be honoured at the 29th annual Jack Webster Awards. Chris Gailus, anchor for Global BC’s NewsRead More

Langara Environmental Club donates ‘Open Journal’ to library

Langara Environmental Club donates ‘Open Journal’ to library

October 23, 2015 at 7:00 am Comments are Disabled

Reported by Sean Lee There is a book in the Langara College library unlike any other. Earlier this year, the Langara Environmental Club donated the Open Journal to the libraryRead More

Langara students are disrupting local business by using customer parking on and around Main Street. Photo: Dustin Godfrey

Students’ off-campus parking hurts local business

February 5, 2015 at 5:00 am Comments are Disabled

Reported by Dustin Godfrey Small business owners around Main Street and 50th Avenue are complaining about parking, saying Langara students are taking up all of the space outside their shops.Read More

Collaborative art brings communities together

Collaborative art brings communities together

November 20, 2014 at 12:00 am Comments are Disabled

Reported by Natasha Chang Shary Bartlett believes that residents collaborating to make public art can strengthen a sense of community, and the South Hill neighbourhood is a testament to this. TheRead More

Langara College looking to step up security after laptop theft

Langara College looking to step up security after laptop theft

October 1, 2014 at 4:03 pm Comments are Disabled

Reported by Sableen Minhas and Nich Johansen Langara Campus Security is planning to increase patrols, improve lighting and implement crime prevention strategies this year, though the move comes a bitRead More