The fight is over

By contributor Ahron Balatti  *Contains mature content* A hard right hook explodes in my ribs. A wheezing grunt escapes my mouth as I stagger backwards under the fluorescent street light, a crowd of zit-faced teenagers cheering in the background. I’m pretty much done. T presses forward, charges, and tackles me to the ground. The best … Continued

Know thyself

By Managing Editor Molly Barrieau Somehow it took me five years to figure it out. I began to notice once I started working at The Navigator, and I really should just accept it: I don’t like writing. So what? I have earned this space to share my opinion with you, dear readers, and I feel it … Continued

The Political Studies Club founded at VIU

Left to right: Caleb Rosenthal, Sebastian Barkovic, Avery Bonner VIU’s first ever political studies club has been founded as the VIU Political Society. Until now, students of this department have not had an organized peer group they could confront about their post-graduation concerns. The VIU Political Society aims to improve that. The initiative of the … Continued

Forever Indebted

Something very exciting happened earlier this school year for Canadian students living in Manitoba. You may not have heard about it over the sound of the deep fryer at your part-time fast food gig. Let me recap: in November, Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger announced that starting sometime in 2015, students studying in Manitoba will no … Continued

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