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Student praise UVic in national study
Oceanographer to receive honorary degree
UVic ingenuity builds a unique tricycle for blind children
Study examines grad students experence
United Way fundraisers offer bargain books and crafts
Convocation members vote for chancellor, senators
UVic honours outstanding education grads
Teachers, alumni, athletes honoured at Legacy Awards
New CFI grants fund soil and water research
UVic rows to victory
Research librarian invite you to “Ask Us Live”
FEATURES
First Lady: UVic’s outgoing chancellor reflects on her trailblazing career
Mickelson tribute to hit the small screen
COURSE OUTLINES
The grey zone - Philosophy 232
Go fish - Biology 335
Of biblical proportions - English 409
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UVic law dean Andrew Petter was among those honoured as an Honorary Citizen of Victoria at a reception on Oct. 24 at City Hall. His achievements as an area MLA in park designation, preservation of key heritage sites, development of the Galloping Goose Trail and protection of the region’s water supply were listed as contributing to the legacy he left for area citizens.

UVic captured every major award at the Canada West Women’s Field Hockey Awards in October. Lauren MacLean took the player-of-the-year award and the outstanding contributor award, while Robyn Evans claimed the rookie-of-the-year title. The coach-of-the-year title went to Lynne Beecroft. Two Vikes, MacLean and Sara Simpson, were also selected to the all-star team.