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Saturday, August 17, 2019

Bard’s Spaghetti Western The Taming of the Shrew is everything a retelling should be

By: Gabrielle McLaren, Editor-in-Chief Oh, Bard on the Beach. How I love you. Setting a Shakespearean comedy to the absurd Spaghetti Western genre was a hilarious...

Winona Forever release their new album with a mosh pit and crowd surfers at...

By: Winona Forever, Head Staff Writer The crowd for the Winona Forever was a sea of lanky twenty-somethings, tousled hair, high-waisted denim, and people more...

Top 5 free outdoor movie nights to attend this summer

By: Marco Ovies, Peak Associate Every summer there are tons of free outdoor movie screenings, so it can be difficult, even overwhelming, to decide which...

Writers Art BC Youth Poetry Contest Winning Submission

By: Rena Su, Pacific Academy High School Editor’s Note: Alison Wick This spring, The Writer’s Art, a club run by SFU students passionate about poetry and...

Need to Know, Need to Go: July 8-12

By: Alison Wick, Arts Editor Indian Summer Festival at Woodward’s, July 9 and 10 The Indian Summer Festival, of which SFU is a founding partner, runs...

Staff Study Songs: Peak recommended music to zone in and focus

By: Kitty Cheung, Jennifer Low, Gabrielle McLaren, Nicole Magas, Ana Staskevich, and Alison Wick For the start of midterms, some of The Peak staff collaborated on...

Contemporary Alaska Native identities and cultural tourism in Sitka

By: Ana Staskevich, Staff Writer Alexis Bunten is an Native Alaskan (Aleut/Yup’ik) scholar and ethnographer. With a PhD in cultural anthropology in hand, Bunten is involved...

Bill Reid Gallery’s water honours us celebrates connection between local Indigenous women and water

By: Ben McGuinness, Peak Associate qaʔ yəxw - water honours us: womxn and waterways is a mixed-media exhibition by a collective of local Indigenous women artists...

Need to Know, Need to Go: July 1–5

By: Alison Wick, Arts Editor FIC Art Exhibit on Mental Health, July 2-5 On Tuesday, July 2, the Fraser International College is hosting an opening reception...

Kwadacha by the River screening: consent, consultation, and colonialism

By: Alison Wick, Arts Editor Kendra Strauss, director of SFU’s labour studies program, described the W.A.C. Bennett Dam as one of many contemporary resource projects...