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Friday, January 24, 2020

The Peak Artist Rewind 2019: The best artists of the year 

By Kitty Cheung, Ben McGuinness, Madeleine Chan, Zach Siddiqui, Juztin Bello, Kim Regala, Nicole Magas, Kelly Chia, Lubaba Mahmud cehryl by Kitty Cheung cehryl is a...

Disney+ makes an impressive debut with its extensive and diverse catalogue of content

By: James Conn, SFU Student Watch out Netflix — another contender for the top streaming service has arrived in the form of Disney+. The highly...

Monday Music: unconventional carols for the holidays

By: Madeleine Chan, SFU Student I don’t know about you but frankly, I’m sick of holiday music. If I hear one more note of Paul...

Pokémon Sword and Shield emphasizes fun over fanaticism

By: Zach Siddiqui, Humour Editor When I picked up Pokémon Shield, my expectations weren’t what I’d call coherent. I had high hopes based on my usual...

The inescapable reality of a millennial: an interview with artist Sára Molčan

By: Kelly Chia, Staff Writer This year’s Eastside Culture Crawl took place from November 14 to 17 across 68 East Vancouver venues. From painters to...

Your 2019 Holiday Market Guide

By: Sara Wong, SFU Student Whenever I’m buying a gift for someone, I want it to be special. Christmas is fast approaching, and one of...

Martin Scorsese vs. Marvel: how superhero movies are changing Hollywood cinema

By: James Conn, SFU Student Comic book superheroes have been present in movies and television for decades now, spanning as far back as the 1950s...

The Try Guys’ self-help book adds a personal touch to their media offerings

By: Tiffany Chang, Peak Associate I’m sure nearly every millennial knows who Ned Fulmer, Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld, and Eugene Lee Yang — a.k.a. “The...

Podcast But Outside’s chaotic comedy thrives in its unusual but authentic setting

By: Madeleine Chan, SFU Student Podcast But Outside is exactly what it sounds like: a podcast, but outside. Hosts and comedians Andrew Michaan and Cole...

Sunshine and psychedelia: Babe Rainbow at the Fox Cabaret

By: Andrea Renney, Arts Editor Babe Rainbow is from Byron Bay, Australia, and they certainly sound like it. Their brand of psychedelic rock evokes feelings...