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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Closure cravings: My life of starting and ending romances just for the post-relationship coffee...

Written by Zoe Vedova, Peak Associate My heartbeat was frenetic that morning. It shook the blood in my veins as I gripped my phone. I’d...

SFU Hockey riots after pile of dead rats in Residences is prioritized for NCAA...

Written by Dylan Webb, Sports Editor The NCAA National Committee has released their list of sports programs that will receive NCAA accreditation for the 2019–20...

CONFESSIONALS: I convinced my professor to start the tapeworm diet

Written by Ana Staskevich, Peak Associate Forgive me, SFU trash-panda gods, for I have sinned.  Disclaimer: I’m actually a PRETTY GOOD student with a decent enough...

Quiz: Am I baby or am I just trying my best?

Written by Kelly Chia, Staff Writer “Baby.” A one-word concept that has swept Twitter like renewed wildfire. The innocence, the dreaming, the heartbreak, the meme-ing...

International studies student drops out because he only knows the names of countries he’s...

Written by Ben McGuinness, Peak Associate SFU international studies (IS) student Blake Farther dropped out of his program as the latest victim of a common...

A portfolio of my exes

Student withdraws emotionally from classes, is refunded only 50% of their emotions

Written by Zach Siddiqui, Humour Editor After three weeks of struggling to love education, an SFU student withdrew emotionally from all their courses on Friday...

Your weekly SFU horoscopes: September 23–29

Written by Zach Siddiqui, Humour Editor Aries — March 21–April 19 Your superiority complex is in full blossom. And you need to manifest it. Irritate your...

Your weekly SFU horoscopes: September 16 – 22

Written by Zach Siddiqui, Humour Editor Aries — March 21–April 19 Your reputation of blood, guts, and rage follows you everywhere. What you need this week is...

Devil attends his first ever history seminar, tearfully thanks students who advocated for him

Written by Zach Siddiqui, Humour Editor Decades of SFU student activism have finally paid off, it seems. Last Monday, a HIST 466 seminar welcomed a...