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Two major issues could threaten to undermine the sexual violence policy

Throughout the questions and comments raised at the feedback sessions for the Sexual Violence and Misconduct Prevention, Education and Support Policy draft, there were...

SFU student company racks up first place prizes for health-care solutions

It is only half way through the year, but a company founded by SFU students has already claimed the top place in a number...

SFU library unrolls free access for local non-profits

Although scholarly research is readily available to students and professors, it remains highly inaccessible to anyone outside the university. A new program launched through...

Student-run science camps for kids get funding boost from Rogers

The youth science camps held at the SFU Burnaby campus this summer hosted some big names on a recent tour. Executives from the communications giant...

Car drives into pond on SFU Burnaby campus

The SFU Burnaby campus was the site of two car accidents on Monday night. In one incident, a lone driver ended up in the...

SFU researcher investigates what draws enthusiasts to crop circles

An SFU professor is bringing together human geography and paranormal investigations with his latest research on crop circles. Paul Kingsbury, a professor in the...

Students hassled by unwelcome solicitors

There has been a recent spike in occurrences where students are being approached on campus and asked to donate money to different charitable causes....

SFU to add more seats in technology-related programs

SFU will add 440 tech-related seats for undergraduate and graduate students thanks to the provincial government’s announcement of an additional $4.4 million in funding...

The federal government and Brain Canada co-invest $10.17 million in new brain research platform

In an effort to enhance Canada’s research on neurological disorders, the federal government and Brain Canada have partnered to co-fund a $10.17 million grant...

SFU researchers shed light on smart charging and the cause of SIDS

By: Agnetha de Sa, Peak Associate   Smart charging isn’t as transformative as predicted In a new study published by Dr. Jonn Axsen, Associate Professor from...