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Saturday, August 17, 2019

Good Omens is the most uplifting love story about the apocalypse you’ll watch this...

Good Omens has it all: Armageddon, biblical blasphemy, and a possible love story between an angel and a demon. So naturally, Good Omens is...

Hasan Minhaj’s Netflix original is a class act

By: Mishaa Khan, Peak Associate The 2019 Peabody Entertainment Award winner, Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj, is a satirical political comedy series on Netflix that...

Album Reviews: Jamila Woods’s LEGACY! LEGACY! and Tyler, the Creator’s IGOR

By: Kitty Cheung, Staff Writer LEGACY! LEGACY! by Jamila Woods Jamila Woods’s LEGACY! LEGACY! is an uplifting album due to its strong messages of feminist liberation,...

Spaces and how we interact with them: a look at two local exhibitions

By: Kaila Bhullar, SFU Student Location, layout, and mediums are all necessary parts of an exhibition or gallery space, though they are rarely ever considered...

Controversial Charles Comfort mural will no longer be displayed at SFU

By: Alison Wick, Arts Editor In 2004, SFU acquired a 19-metre-long, $600,000 colonial artwork painted by Charles Comfort, receiving it from the Toronto Dominion (TD...

Icelandic film showcase, Wayward Heroes, opens with a geriatric love story and a Nordic...

By: Pamela Subia, SFU Student The filth of human behaviour and the anguish of nostalgia as we age are two of the concepts featured in...

Aladdin’s live action remake is a whole new world of mediocre

By: Kim Regala, Peak Associate Magic flying carpets, wish-granting genies, and a charming young prince eager to show you a whole new world: what else...

Because We Are Girls explores the true impact of sexual abuse and the true...

By: Kaila Bhullar, SFU Student From exposing harsh realities and implications of Indian cultural influences (in both tradition and media) to openly sharing firsthand experiences of...

Dr. Steven Tanaka talks Next Music from Tokyo

By: Kitty Cheung, Staff Writer Next Music from Tokyo, an annual cross Canada tour of Japanese Indie bands, came to Vancouver for its fourteenth time...

Next Music from Tokyo brings a diverse selection of Japanese indie to Canadian stages

By: Kitty Cheung, Staff Writer Dr. Steven Tanaka, a Toronto anaesthesiologist and UBC alumnus, spends his spare time organizing tours for underground Japanese bands to...