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Friday, February 21, 2020

Wildlife talks On the Heart

Described as an essay about all matters to do with the heart, Wildlife’s On the Heart is about more than love. “It’s not just about...

The Grand Budapest Hotel is immaculately immersive

Living in a Wes Anderson film is like living in a perfectly symmetrical doll’s house, but with complex characters and an overwhelming amount of...

The power of the vagina comes to SFU

“Vagina” is a sticky word. While it refers to part of the female anatomy, it is incredibly intimate in connotation. Unlike its male counterpart,...

A sneak Peak into the SFU Concert Orchestra

On the third floor of the Maggie Benston Centre, when the day is nearing its end and many people have headed home after a...

The dark Underbelly of the Beat Generation

William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, and Allen Ginsberg represent the Beat Generation in American Literature. Full of drug-induced episodes, a rejection of authority, and...

Manufactured Landscapes

Do you ever think about where your cell phone will go once you throw it away? What about who made it, or who mined...

Author Spotlight: Joan B. Flood

Irish by birth and Canadian by choice, Joan B. Flood is a writer of fiction, non-fiction, and “even a poem or two.” Her first...

So you want to be a travel writer?

The Peak caught up with seasoned travel writer and Burnaby resident Robin Esrock about his new book, wanderlust, and his upcoming “Adventure Travel Journalism...

Return to the wild

Sometimes, on the bus ride up to SFU, you see a coyote, bear, or deer looking awfully shocked that another bus is coming up...

Album reviews: The Perms, Fantasy Prom, and Sprïng

The Perms - Aberdeen EP By Tessa Perkins Having been a fan of The Perms since 2010’s inventive pop-rock album, Keeps You Up When You’re Down,...