The math swiftly disappears into the fun of playing the characters and wheeling and dealing with the sheriff.
The Douglas College Creative Writing Department has launched the 36th annual edition of Pearls, an anthology of student-written works from a variety of genres and a range of courses in the department.
“All of these events will showcase the artistry and dedication of Douglas music students and community members.”
All students interested in the program are not only encouraged to attend the April 18 information session on the program, but required to.
However, there were no other programs announced directly for other students—a disappointment after so many student programs were introduced in the 2016 budget.
The two moves show that the NDP is ramping up their run for provincial leadership by specifically taking stances against the incumbent Christy Clark.