Didn’t get a chance to catch all of the Best Picture nominated films? Here’s your official Link guide!
Fan of the Oscars? Samantha Pinter-Thompson is! She’s got your definitive guide for this weekend’s must-see event for pomp, pageantry, and philm (see what we did there?)
Matthew Vaughn’s ambitious spy comedy blends Kick-Ass with Casino Royale, with varying results.
To Tinder or not to Tinder? Sarah Morden takes a humourous look at valentines day in the digital era.
Olivia Smith gets to the heart of what Valentine’s means to BCIT students.
Council beat reporter Estefania Duran checks in the machinations of student government.
This week: student fees, the transit referendum, and Rec services.
Didn’t get a chance to attend the inaugural TEDxBCIT? Link contributor Joey Wilson was there and has the goods.
BCIT’s Toastmasters club has a reason to celebrate after Burnaby’s City Council declared February as the Toastmasters month. Mayor Derek Corrigan wanted to honour the renowned international club, which has over 300,000 members and 14,000 clubs world-wide. The club focuses on helping people become effective communicators and strong leaders. BCIT’s Toastmasters club division was very…
Jon Hall dives in, divides, and conquers. Ria RenoufRia Renouf is an Associate Editor for BCIT’s Link Magazine. A second-year Broadcasting student, she’ll report on anything; her first loves, however, are movies, music, gaming and technology. Outside of BCIT she reads many books and cheers for the Vancouver Canucks and Seattle Seahawks. She also aspires…
UPDATE: Submission has been extended until Feb. 01!
Against all odds, being raised by a terrorist, Zak Ebrahim’s reminds us that sometimes we do have a choice.
A part of our TEDxBCIT speaker preview series. Kathryn Redford hopes to create a sustainable food future with an innovative animal feed.