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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

How Dungeons and Dragons got me through 2020

Written by: Alex Masse, Staff Writer Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) is no stranger to popular culture, especially following a renaissance of sorts in the 2010s....

Panelists elicit hope for the future of university-community engagement

How are universities responding to the needs of students among the pandemic? How are universities ensuring they remain engaged with the community? These are...

What about Blackness?

Written by: Linda Kanyamuna, SFU Student What about Black Students?  “What about Blackness? What about Blackness? What about Blackness?” repeats Bilan Arte, a Black-Muslim feminist and...

Getting comfortable with sex and intimacy

Written by: Kelly Chia My journey to becoming comfortable with sex has been a bit . . . tenuous, to say the least. For a...

How SFU’s mishandling of sexual assault excaberated my trauma

Written by: Sarah Russo Content Warning: heavy discussion of sexual assault, mentions of suicide Three days into my time at SFU, I was sexually assaulted. I've...

Toxicity in online yoga communities and how my Master’s degree helped me break free

Written by: Charlotte Gravert, SFU Student I vividly remember the first time I went to a yoga class — the kind of yoga that contemporary...

Moving Towards a More Equitable Housing System reimagines the rights and lives of renters

Written by: Emma Jean, Staff Writer A group of statisticians, advocates, urban planners, real estate developers and a journalist walk into a Zoom meeting and...

Jeremy Stone: “‘Buy Local’ isn’t just for Christmas!”

Written by: Saman Dara, SFU Student Jeremy Stone, director of the community economic development (CED) program at SFU, uses the concept of ecological resilience as...

UBC allegedly erases Dr. Amie Wolf’s reports of behaviour among teacher candidates reinforcing white...

Written by: Harvin Bhathal, Features Editor Dr. Amie Wolf is an adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia (UBC) teaching two sections of a...

SFYou: Cynthia Jones, 2020 Nobel Peace Prize Winner

Written by: Charlene Aviles, Peak Associate Name: Cynthia Jones Pronouns: she / her Departmental affiliation: Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology (graduated in 1990) Hometown: Agassiz, BC Occupation: Chief, Administrative...