“We have hundreds of people today; we’ll have thousands next time!” – Neera Vohra The local Hindu community came together in the first two weeks… Read More »BC Hindu Community Outraged by Use Of Lord Ganesh on Logo
The LGBTQIA2S+ (LGBTQ) community has made significant civil rights improvements here in Canada since the 1960s. However, the LGBTQ community here still faces substantial challenges,… Read More »How who you love changes your access to public services.
The human body is very intelligent; it has its own way of telling us things. The hard part can be listening to those signs and… Read More »7 Signs Your Body is Trying to Tell You Something
Every two weeks, the BCITSA meets to discuss issues and proposals that effect students. All students are welcome to attend to express any thoughts, opinions,… Read More »What you Need to Know from the last Two Meetings of BCITSA Council
I was asked to run, by my peers, because of my experience. The election is a by-election happening in the middle of the fall semester;… Read More »Chair of the Transportation School By-Election: Gareth (Gary) Moon
My name is Liam Lauren and I am a second year Architectural and Building Technology student. I am running for the Chair of the School… Read More »Chair of the Transportation School By-Election: Liam Lauren
Elections can be difficult things. Party platforms (the documents that outline the stance of a political party) are dense and full of political jargon, making… Read More »Link’s Guide to the 2021 Federal Election
Whether you are new to BCIT, a returning student, or part of BCIT’s alumni, one thing that connects all of us is that we came… Read More »Adapting for the Future: An Alumni Spotlight Featuring Tyler Pronyk