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Friday, July 28, 2017

The double life lived by student sex workers

As Ava* embarks on the first semester of her master’s program, she is relieved that the admissions committee at her graduate school didn’t find...

An interview with SFU’s coolest feminist radio-host, Kitty Cooke

Twenty-two year old Kitty Cooke is a communication and archaeology student, DIY enthusiast, and the co-host of CJSF’s feminist radio show, IntraVenus. Sassy and...

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Editor's note: The Peak recognizes Burnaby Mountain as unceded Coast Salish territory. However for simplicity we will refer to the land as Burnaby Mountain throughout...

Technology disconnects us from our real lives

Technology — in any form — is the kryptonite of most students I know. It’s the fertile breeding grounds for procrastination, fraught with click-bait,...

SFU’s Chitter revolution

What is Chitter? The Convocation Mall raccoons should watch out, because there’s a new woodland creature winning the hearts of SFU students: the bright blue...

Registering for rage: SFU’s failed course enrolment system

SFU has a major course registration problem Course enrolment pisses me off. If seats are full we should have the option to either stand or...

Professor Lynne Quarmby is Running on Climate

In the face of serious climate change, environmental crises, and a federal election campaign, perhaps we shouldn’t be surprised that scientists are emerging as...

An overview of events marking SFU’s 50th anniversary

This year, SFU is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the day it opened its doors — September 9, 1965. There are a number of...

How Canada can mend relationships with Aboriginals

After spending six years listening to testimonies across the country from nearly 7,000 residential school survivors, Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) released a...

Archives for the Future

Located in the basement of the Maggie Benston Centre, down a long, seemingly neverending hallway, SFU’s Archives and Records Management office is an area...