Issue 14 – April 2014

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Hub City Project

Denisa Kraus
The Navigator

Nanaimo. The ambiguous town in between the rural idyll of the twin cities in the north and the cultured chic of Victoria on the south tip of the Island.

A town loved by development contractors, frowned upon by overachieving hipsters, frenetically photographed by cruise ship dwellers, and casually ignored by the big city boys across the Strait. Read more ›

Posted in Arts

The ugly (and hilarious) side of Twitter

Ben Chessor
The Navigator

In Issue 10, I wrote a feature about Twitter and how it has increased the fan experience in the past few years. I wrote about how it gave fans a chance to get closer to their favourite athletes than ever before, and how it makes it easier for people to get the latest updates and news about their favourite teams. Things like injury updates and trades are now announced just moments after they happen, thanks in large part to the accessibility of the Twitterverse. Read more ›

Posted in Sports

Seven things that will happen in sports this summer

Ben Chessor
The Navigator

The time has come for this year’s final issue of The Navigator. With the school year coming to a close and summer just around the corner, now is a perfect time to talk about seven things that will happen in sports over the summer. This way you can do whatever you want this summer, all while knowing that you are already up-to-date on what’s going to happen in the world of sports between now and September. Feel free to keep this list and keep track of how many times I was wrong; it will give you some homework to do over the summer. Read more ›

Posted in Sports