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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

The extended cut of Spider-Man: Far From Home is far from necessary to the...

By: Marco Ovies, Staff Writer After numerous reboots in the last twenty years, Spider-Man seems to finally have found its footing in Spider-Man: Far From...

Weird Al Yankovic captivates fans new and old with unique Strings Attached Tour

By: Kelly Chia, Staff Writer In one word, Weird Al Yankovic’s Strings Attached concert was bonkers. Prior to going to this concert, I knew about...

Armchair Expert celebrates the human experience through compelling yet humorous interviews

By: Tiffany Chang, Peak Associate Actor Dax Shepard is best known for his television and film work in the early to mid 2000s, appearing in...

The Farewell captures the nuanced complexity of family and cultural values

By: Kitty Cheung, Peak Associate The Farewell begins with the words “Based on an actual lie,” alluding to the fact that this story was derived...

Currents celebrates the diversity of art as a medium

By: Kim Regala, Peak Associate A warm welcome joined with a strong sense of community is immediately felt upon entering the Audain Gallery’s latest exhibition,...

The Lion King remake struggles to recreate the magic of the animated classic

By: Marco Ovies, Staff Writer  Disney’s 2019 remake of The Lion King was an immensely fun and nostalgic movie, and its familiar characters shone as...

Monday Music: BC Ferries’ Wi-Fi edition

By: Andrea Renney, Arts Editor  A trip to Victoria is a common long weekend getaway for SFU students looking to get out of the city....

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is visually striking, but falls short compared to...

By: Kaila Bhullar, SFU Student As Quentin Tarantino’s ninth and most recent film, it came as no surprise that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood...

Four must-see artists at this year’s Westward Music Festival

By: Marco Ovies, Staff Writer  Now in its third year, Westward Music Festival is returning to Vancouver to offer live music enthusiasts a unique festival...

For the love of SFU’s World Literature department — expand your horizons!

By: Lubaba Mahmud, Staff Writer Disclaimer: This article is not sponsored by SFU’s World Literature department; it just portrays my giddy excitement for books and...