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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

SFU alumni Dr. Jordan Abel on reimagining academia and literature

Written by: Emma Jean, Staff Writer Dr. Jordan Abel, a Nisga’a poet, writer, and professor, doesn’t often get the chance to talk about his dissertation...

How TikTok helped me come to terms with my sexuality

By Dev Petrovic, Staff Writer Growing up, sexuality was not a popular topic of discussion — I was rarely exposed to queer history, events, or...

Musing about dreams at Creative Collective at Home: Your Dream Board

By Kelly Chia, Peak Associate Content Warning: Mild mentions of weight “I’ve never made a vision board or a dream board before,” I think, entering the...

SFU alumni reduce electric vehicle battery waste and provide renewable energy to remote Canadian...

By: Charlene Aviles, Peak Associate & Harvin Bhathal, Features Editor Over the past several years, the popularity of electric vehicles has steadily increased. This is...

Creative Collective: Drop-in Craft Time offers a community of inspiration and support

By: Brianna Condilenios, SFU Student The premise for Creative Collective at Home is simple: participants do a craft of their choice over Zoom in the company...

SFU Residence and Housing fails to properly enforce COVID-19 guidelines

by Gurpreet Kambo and Harvin Bhathal Several SFU students have voiced their concerns to The Peak regarding SFU Residence and Housing’s COVID-19 procedures. These concerns primarily...

The exploitation of Research Assistants (RAs) by SFU

By Serena Bains, Staff Writer Research is one of SFU’s three pillars in its strategic vision, resulting in $161 million in income. Research assistants (RAs),...

The radicalization of social sciences and humanities students at SFU

By Harvin Bhathal, Alison Wick, Madeleine Chan, Emma Jean, Kim Regala Simon Fraser University (SFU) is an environment that fosters radicalization against the current economic,...

Experiencing a suicidal crisis as an SFU student

By Anonymous Content warning: suicidal ideation, prescription drug use, institutionalization I was first diagnosed with disabilities during my first year at SFU. While coming to terms...

What PSSU’s Election Night viewing party taught me about partisanship

By Emma Jean, Staff Writer Disclaimer: As a queer white cis woman, I only speak from my own experiences, and cannot speak on behalf of...