Local restaurant workers took a break from the grind of mixing, cooking, and washing to don a pair of boxing gloves and duke it out for the title of Restaurant Rumble Champion.
Woodward’s partnered with Aprons for Gloves to present the third annual fundraising event, Restaurant Rumble Fight Night, last Wednesday, July 23.
Why are purple umbrellas hanging around SFU Surrey campus this July?
The umbrellas are a vibrant new feature of the Rakhi Project, which is a campaign against domestic abuse; they symbolize protection and the work done to educate and raise awareness.
The project is developed from India’s Rakhi (thread) ceremony. Rakhi tied around the wrist of a brother by his sister symbolizes love and respect, and is meant to encourage kinship and respect amongst brothers, sisters, and cousins.
Students from Communications 460, a seminar in dialogue and public issues, held a dialogue event on July 23 at Creekside Community Recreational Centre on the topic of debt and forgiveness.
Rather than focusing on financial debt, the discussions focused on everyday instances of debt. These included moral debt, historical injustices, public apologies, justice and forgiveness, and environmental debt.