Rate My Backlash

If you've taken a University course, you've probably used the website ratemyprofessor.com. But your experience as a student is very different from what a prof goes through. The reviews actually do have an impact on the professors career, and the people who get the worst of it are women. So what is Rate My Prof doing about it? Listen to this episode to find out.

The Big One

We all know about the biggest natural disaster coming for Victoria: earthquakes. We wanted to find out how prepared we actually are at UVic, and what we need to do to get ready. If you’re curious about what will happen when the big earthquake hits Victoria, then this episode is for you.

The Saga of the UVic Bunnies Pt. II

In part II of our saga, we follow the bunnies down the rabbit hole on their tumultuous journeys to their new homes, and find out how they got there.

The Saga of the UVic Bunnies Pt. I

UVic was once overrun with rabbits. Until one day, it wasnt. Rumours abounded about them being sent to a farm somewhere or murdered en masse, but is that really the whole story? We talk to all the major players in this story to find out what actually happened to UVic's most adorable pest.

Take the Break

Why are mental health services at UVic so lacking? How is this impacting the success of students? And is anybody doing anything about it? On this episode, we find out.

You can find more info about UVic’s Peer Support Centre here, or go to room B035 in the SUB.

The Admins

Confession #4578 UVic has a confessions & crushes page run by anonymous admins. We brought them in to give us all the goss about what really goes on behind the scenes, and we followed up with the posters of some of the juiciest confessions.

This episode was brought to you by the Grad House.

08 UVic as a Business

This episode reviews the University of Victoria as both an academic institution and a business.

Gayle Gorrill, vice-president of the Department of Finances and Operations, explains how some financial decisions are made.

CFUV correspondent Rachael sits down with Alberto, a former co-op student at the university of Victoria.

Theme music for U in the ring is composed and performed by Toe. This episode is produced by Rachael Gardner, Maureen Chow,  and Max Collins. U in the Ring is made possible by Capitol 6 Cinemas and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

07 UVSS Elections Views & Voices

This episode of U in the Ring features stories and viewpoints on the UVSS Elections.

Host Salma and CFUV Correspondent Bronwyn speak with students to find out what they know about this year’s elections.

CFUV correspondent Izzy speaks with former UVSS Lead Director Sky Losier to learn more about the inner workings of student government.

Theme music for U in the ring is composed and performed by Toe. This episode is produced by Salma Ihsan, Bronwyn Lawrence, Izzy Almasi, Maureen Chow, and Max Collins. U in the Ring is made possible by Capitol 6 Cinemas and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

06 Stress Relief

This episode of U in the Ring focuses on stress, and how to handle the stress of student life.

CFUV Correspondent Anabelle speaks with UVic Multifaith Service’s Henri Locke to learn more about the benefits of meditation when it comes to handling stress.

CARSA spinning instructor Vanessa talks to CFUV correspondent Rachael about how fitness can lower your stress levels for school.

CFUV correspondent Rachael hits the ring to speak to students about how they handle stress.

Theme music for U in the ring is composed and performed by Toe. This episode is produced by Salma Ihsan, Rachael Gardner, Anabelle Budd, Maureen Chow, and Max Collins. U in the Ring is made possible by Capitol 6 Cinemas and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

05 LGBTQUVic

This episode of U in the Ring explores the University of Victoria's queer community.

CFUV Correspondent Arcade spins a history of western Canada's first-ever gender-neutral restrooms, which appeared in UVic's student Union Building.

Queer students Tony and Dana speak with CFUV correspondent Myles to discuss coming out while studying at UVic.

CFUV correspondent Aviva heads to UVic's library to learn more about its' transgender archives.

Theme music for U in the ring is composed and performed by Toe. This episode is produced by Salma Ihsan, Kavan Hammond, Myles Sauer, Aviva Lessard, Maureen Chow, Arcade Pallot, and Max Collins. U in the Ring is made possible by Capitol 6 Cinemas and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

04 Transportation

This episode of U in the Ring focuses on the many ways that students get to and from campus.

CFUV correspondent Anabelle hits the bus loop to chat with students about transportation joys and woes.

CFUV correspondent Rachael sits down with two of the minds behind UVic's brand new campus cycling plan.

CFUV correspondent Jemma catches up with UVic's parking manager.

The theme music you heard in this episode was composed and performed by Toe. This episode was produced by myself, Maureen Chow, Anabelle Budd, Rachael Gardner, Dante, Jemma Kosalko, and Max Collins. U in the Ring is proudly supported by Caitol 6 Cinemas and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

03 Food on Campus

This episode of U in the Ring bites down on the rainbow of food choices that can be found on campus.

CFUV Correspondent Izzy hits the Campus streets to hear more about what students think of the food choices on campus.

Food Services director Jim Forbes talks about how nutritional choices are made for eateries on campus.

CFUV Correspondent Anna puts together a recipe survival guide for hungry students on a budget.

The theme music you heard in this episode was composed and performed by Toe. This episode was produced by myself, Maureen Chow, Izzy Almasi, Anna Pollard, Kavan Hammond, Dante, and Max Collins. U in the Ring is proudly supported by Capitol 6 Cinemas and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

02 Happening At UVic

This episode of U in the Ring delves deeper into Campus life by speaking with little-heard voices around the university.

CFUV Correspondent speaks with members of an illegal Greek sorority just outside of the University of Victoria's border.

Grad student Mark McIntyre shares tips and tricks for a successful academic career.

CFUV Correspondent Izzy speaks with coordinators at the Malahat Review.

The theme music you heard in this episode was composed and performed by Toe. This episode was produced by myself, Maureen Chow, Georges Dupuis, Izzy Almasi, Dante, and Max Collins.  U in the Ring is proudly supported by Capitol 6 Cinemas and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

01 Racism On Campus

This episode features conversations about racism at the University of Victoria.

Maureen speaks with the cast of Foundation, a play mounted by a handful of UVic Theatre students. This play examines problematic, western-centric beauty standards through the eyes of people of colour.

Dr. Jeff Corntassel shares stories and triumphs of the Indigenous Law program at the University of Victoria.

Equity and Human Rights Director Moussa Magasa explains his high hopes for the dimishment of racism at UVic.

The theme music you heard in this episode was composed and performed by Toe. We also featured “Winds of Change” and “I’ll Rock You to the Rhythm of the Ocean” from the album, Native North America Vol. 1. This episode was produced by Salma Ihsan, Maureen Chow, Arcade Pallot. Anabelle Budd, Dante Andre Kahan, and Max Collins. U in the Ring is made possible by the generous support from Capitol 6 Cinemas and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

UVSS Lead Directors Debate 2018 Part 2

Part 1 of the 2018 UVSS Lead Directors Debate broadcast live on CFUV 101.9 FM on Tuesday February 27th, 2018.  For more information on UVSS Elections, visit uvsselections.com

UVSS Lead Directors Debate 2018 Part 1

Part 1 of the 2018 UVSS Lead Directors Debate broadcast live on CFUV 101.9 FM on Tuesday February 27th, 2018.  For more information on UVSS Elections, visit uvsselections.com

UVSS All Candidates Forum 2018

The 2018 UVSS All Candidates Forum broadcast live on CFUV 101.9 FM on Monday February 26th, 2018.  For more information on UVSS Elections, visit uvsselections.com