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Thursday, April 2, 2020

Stephen Harper’s takeover and transformation of Canada

After reading Mel Hurtig’s myth-shattering The Truth About Canada, I knew I had to get my hands on a copy of his latest work,...

Christopher Gaze set to host SFU’s 50th anniversary

As our university approaches its 50th anniversary celebration on September 9th, The Peak caught up with the emcee of the evening, Christopher Gaze, founder...

The Peak‘s guide to making the most of your summer

The end of summer is fast approaching, and my feelings on this transition can only be described as bittersweet. Frankly, I’m a colder weather...

Cinephilia: If I could hand out Oscars

The summer movie season is nearing an end and the Academy Awards will never recognize any of my picks, so I’ve decided to assemble...

Summer Soundtrack

#5 The O’My’s A Humble Masterpiece The O’My’s are an up-and-coming band from Chicago who seamlessly blend blues, jazz, soul, and rock together to produce...

The Shwanga Show brings AFRIKOMEDI to SFU Burnaby

On August 5th, a brighter side of African culture will emerge from behind tears of laughter at AFRIKOMEDI. No, it’s not just a charming...

Speechless in Ukraine in The Tribe

Over the course of 130 minutes, not a word is spoken, and none of the sign language is translated. In The Tribe, we are...

Comic Connoisseur: Moose perfectly encapsulates the cruelty of bullying

High school is typically depicted through a superficial lens in books, television, and film. What is often showcased is a glammed up and hyperbolized...

Teenage dreams and orphan adventures at Theatre Under the Stars

Hairspray The sixties are brought to life in all their colourful, flamboyant glory in Hairspray. Peppy songs, bouncy dresses, and a feel-good story make this...

Out On Screen presents diverse cinema at the Vancouver Queer Film Festival

With the mandate of “illuminating queer lives through film,” Out on Screen’s Vancouver Queer Film Festival plans to celebrate its 27th year of building...