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Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Your weekly SFU Horoscopes: March 22–28

By: Charlotte Gravert / Peak Associate Happy Equinox, everyone! You are formally invited to the annual spring fever infection party! Mild to severe symptoms are...

SFUnexplained: SFU started the pandemic to finish construction (and to make President Andrew Petter...

By: Dev Petrovic, Staff Writer Don’t you think it’s a little strange that “construction” and “pandemic” have the same amount of syllables? Coincidence? I think...

My quirky quarantine habit: creating a deadly plague in The Sims

By: Kyla Dowling, Staff Writer From the 20-somethings who are knitting, baking, and essentially living out the life they’ll be living in 50 years (back...

Your weekly SFU Horoscopes: March 15–21

By: Kyla Dowling, Staff Writer Aries: Wow. You’re so sexy, Aries. Like really hot. You know what else is sexy? Submitting your assignments on time...

Four things I’m spending my student bursary on

By: Alex Masse, Staff Writer Well, we got our bursaries, I guess. And if you’re anything like most of the student populace, your tuition was...

A surprise revisit from 2006

By: Charlotte Gravert, Peak Associate I’ve been feeling funny lately. Could it be the annual spring fever? It’s already March and the midterm season is...

A sourdough horror show

By: Emma Jean, Staff Writer I just couldn’t eat Cadbury Mini Eggs for dinner again. I was looking for some kind of microwaveable food that I...

POV: You’re a pen left in Images Theatre since March 2020

By: Kyla Dowling, Staff Writer DAY 1 - March 17, 2020  It’s nearly 8:30 a.m., which means it’s time for class. I’ve been laying on the...

Your weekly SFU Horoscopes: March 8–14

By: Alex Masse, Staff Writer ARIES: You know how they say “March enters like a lion and leaves like a lamb?” No? Good. Forget it....

SFU Mad Lib for when the university disappoints you again

By: Marco Ovies and Paige Riding Dear SFU,   I am writing to about . I am a in my and I am very ...