Holiday Horrors Movie Review: Thanksgiving

American Thanksgiving is scary enough without it coming at you with an axe. But that is exactly what happens in the 2023 horror movie Thanksgiving, where a killer chooses to get revenge on Plymouth, Massachusetts, wearing the face of John Carver, the town’s first governor. Thanksgiving adheres to the slasher formula while offering fans of…

Winter Fest

Winter Fest is an annual event held by the BCIT Student Association and partially funded by the City of Burnaby. This year featured more vendors, rotating interactive events, and a larger space where students could decorate their own ornaments and bracelets. The event occurred on November 15 at the Burnaby campus. A total of 23…

Repair, Resell, Reuse

Who is TronicsFix? If you could reduce, reuse, recycle and still make money, would you take the opportunity? That’s what TronicsFix did. Steve Porter, the do-it-yourself (DIY) repair guy behind the TronicsFix channel, started his electronics repair business in his garage and eventually joined YouTube in 2015. He is one of the few electronics repair…

Despite the Rain

Growing up is a weird thing. Your feet get bigger, your armpits start to smell, and your love for the little things in the world starts to decline. Flowers whose petals you once saw glistening in the morning mist are just rosebushes now, cannonballs in the pool aren’t as enticing as tanning in the sun…

Making Sense of the Metaverse

Whether you’re an up-to-date netizen or more of an IRL person in the touch-grass world, you’ve likely heard of the metaverse. It’s been spelled “the metaverse” or “the Metaverse” with the capitalized seriousness of a proper noun—as if it’s floating to the left of the North Pole and you have to believe in it to…

Turntable

Soundscape

Welcome back to BCIT’s favourite guide to the sonic unknown feature: soundscape. November saw the local music community mourn the loss of spooky season and embrace the wet grip of an oncoming Vancouver winter. As we move closer into the holiday season, bars and music venues are shifting from interesting live shows to the thing…