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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

What to expect from a new Simon Fraser women’s basketball team

Last season saw Simon Fraser finish third in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) with a record of 15–5, their best season since they...

Men’s basketball aims to make playoffs for first time in the NCAA era

While the men’s basketball team has added some good pieces, the biggest plus from the off-season is that it’s largely the same team. With...

SFU women’s volleyball wins fourth straight game

By: Aaron Richardson This past Thursday the Simon Fraser University women’s volleyball team beat the University of Alaska Fairbanks Nanooks, taking three sets in a...

SFU football puts up competitive second half in 47–7 loss

In the second quarter Saturday afternoon, you could see things start to turn around for the SFU football team. After allowing Humboldt State to...

Women’s wrestling continue hot start with great showing at Dino Open

By: Lauren Mason This weekend, the women’s wrestling team traveled to Calgary, Alberta to compete in the University of Calgary’s annual Dino Open. The team...

SFU hockey comes away with two big wins at the end of the week

After a disappointing 5–1 loss to the University of Victoria (UVIC) last weekend, SFU hockey got their season back on track with wins on...

This is Home has first showing in Canada at the Rio Theatre

By: Aaron Richardson This is Home was produced by the skiing company Faction, and as an international collective of skiers, it has seen major growth...

Simon Fraser gets emotional 8–0 win over Saint Martin’s University

After being mathematically eliminated from the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) playoff race last week, this game was about one thing: the seniors. Mikaela...

SFU struggle in disappointing 2–1 loss to MSUB

The Simon Fraser men’s soccer team went into Thursday's afternoon game against Montana State University Billings (MSUB) in Billings, Montana riding a five-game winning...

SFU cross country have solid GNAC championships, look to improve further

By: Mateo De Dalmases For the past two months, SFU’s cross country teams have shown extreme discipline. Every member of both groups (men and women)...