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Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Catch it before it’s gone: Spaces for Reading at the SFU Gallery has less...

By: Kitty Cheung, Staff Writer Hurrying through the AQ hallways between classes, you may have passed by a room with what seems like a large...

Need to Know, Need to Go: May 27-31

By: Marco Ovies, Peak Associate, Winona Young, Head Staff Writer, and Alison Wick, Arts Editor Trottier Observatory Starry Nights If you ever wanted to learn more...

Joshua Whitehead’s full-metal indigiqueer is inspired by love, identity, and the Internet

By: Alison Wick, Arts Editor I often find poetry to be a difficult medium of literature to digest. I think, as for many of us,...

Skoden Indigenous Film festival promises to showcase some of the best in cinema

By: Alison Wick, Arts Editor Update: An earlier version of this article, including the printed version, included a mistake that the festival is on Friday,...

The Labour of Love Throughout Merata: How Mum Decolonized the Screen

By: Kate Olivares, Peak Associate Merata: How Mum Decolonized the Screen is directed by Heperi Mita, and it chronicles his journey of archiving and learning more...

A Look at Snotty Nose Rez Kids’ new Album ‘Trapline’

By: Ana Staskevich, Staff Writer Snotty Nose Rez Kids, composed of Darren "Young D" Metz and Quinton "Yung Trybez" Nyce, are a Haisla hip hop/rap...

Shimmering with Julie Hammond and Other Inland Empires

By: Alison Wick, Arts Editor Julie Hammond is a Vancouver artist whose practice focuses on place and identity. She recently completed her MFA in Contemporary...

Album Reviews: Kevin Abstract’s ARIZONA BABY and Still Woozy’s Lately

By: Kitty Cheung, Staff Writer ARIZONA BABY by Kevin Abstract ARIZONA BABY is the latest experimental hip-hop album from Kevin Abstract. The content of the album ranges...

Evan Lee’s “Fugazi” is a Critique on the Diamond Industry and its Fabrication of...

By: Kim Regala, Peak Associate At first glance, the floor to ceiling images appear to simply be arrays of colour blended within geometric shapes. But an...

Need to Know, Need to Go: May 20–24

By: Winona Young, Head Staff Writer Judy Radul’s This is Television book launch SFU School of Contemporary Arts’ visual arts professor, Judy Radul, is launching her...