From September 3-9, the university has placed a blanket ban on all music and dancing after 8 p.m., as well as a requirement that all students living on campus must be in their residences by 10 p.m. The administration claims this measure is needed to avoid complaints from Sandy Hill residents.
How do you celebrate the holiday season? U of O students tell us about their personal family traditions.
Lots of Americans will be moving to Canada in the wake of Tuesday’s election. There’s just no way those were empty threats, they’re definitely going to do it and you need to be ready.
What annoys you the most about about eating/working at a restaurant?
These vacation spots may not show up on TripAdvisor's annual Top 25 travel destinations, but that doesn't mean they should be ignored entirely.
On Feb. 10 it was announced by OC Transpo that, effective April 24, the transitway between Laurier and Lees, which includes Campus Station, will be closed temporarily due to construction on the new light rail t...
Since the first installment of FEDTalks is intended to be mainly for students, the talks will largely address the student experience at the U of O. Within this realm of experience, however, “the topics of the talks will range from student activism and government, eating disorders, the Syrian refugee crisis, cycling, fashion, and mental health, to identity and bilingualism,” says Wess.
With a new round of leaders, the Fulcrum decided to make some suggestions to the SFUO on what we’d like to see them do differently this year.