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Friday, January 24, 2020

Your weekly SFU horoscopes: January 6–12

Written by Zach Siddiqui, Humour Editor Aries — March 21–April 19 You’ve made your New Years’ resolutions. And you’ll break them all this week. But don’t...

Professors form “OK Boomer” support group as millennial students grow stronger

By: Gabrielle McLaren, Editor-in-Chief  BURNABY, B.C. — SFU Security has confirmed an increasing amount of calls from tenured professors regarding threats to their superiority in...

CONFESSIONALS: I was the student who reminded the teacher of a deadline

Written by James Conn, SFU Student Before coming to SFU, I attended Douglas College. On one fateful day, in a political science lecture, our class...

SFU Pangrams to Test your Fonts

Written by Lubaba Mahmud, Staff Writer We all know the classic sentence which uses all 26 letters of the alphabet: “The quick brown fox jumps...

Your weekly SFU horoscopes: November 25–30

Aries — March 21–April 19 Well, you did it. You got through the semester without (being arrested for?) arson. So spend this week reminding yourself...

‘Tis the season to hail Mariah

Written by Juztin Bello, Copy Editor For most, November is just another ordinary month, because their lives are meaningless and boring. For some, it’s the...

SFU GOTHIC: The school creeps on . . .

Written by Kelly Chia, Staff Writer You are in C9000 and you hear wheels. Everyone stops talking to listen to the wheels. The sound...

With the archangels’ trumpets missing, God books SFU’s bagpipers to summon the Apocalypse

Written by Rodolfo Boskovic, SFU Student Do you have a due date coming up? Forget about it. If you’ve had time to look outside lately, you...

Professors pledge to save the environment by recycling syllabuses until 2040

Written by Jennifer Low, Peak Associate SFU is known for being an institutional leader when it comes to environmental sustainability. But how is this possible...

Meet the hero who ascended to godhood after lasting halfway through No Nut November

Written by Jason Kireina, SFU Student Walking on the moon. Winning consecutive Super Bowls. Letting someone else speak without interrupting. Throughout history, man has made...