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Saturday, August 15, 2020

Civic Election Special

British Columbia’s 2014 civic elections are almost upon us, with candidates battling it out for your vote on November 15. The Peak caught up...

TSSU resumes strike action

The labour dispute between the Teaching Support Staff Union (TSSU) and SFU administration trudges on. After calling off the job action in response to an...

SFU alum broke fast after protesting BC Hydro’s Site C dam for three weeks

SFU alum Kristin Henry, a driving force behind a hunger strike in the wake of BC Hydro’s Site C Dam project, has broken her...

Board shorts

By David Dyck The board of directors had a lengthy conversation regarding transparency last week. In an effort to combat what he described as a...

AMA officially recognizes obesity as a disease

The American Medical Association (AMA), the largest association of medical doctors in the United States, has recently voted in favour of recognizing obesity as...

GSS leads deferred maintenance tour

“I call this part of the tour ‘Shrum: the good, the bad, and the ugly,’” laughed Julia Lane, coordinating and external relations officer for...

Faculty Reps

The main responsibility of Faculty Representatives is to communicate with theirs and others faculties, so Faculty Representatives must maintain good relations with the Departmental...

Board Shorts

50th Anniversary Campaign Representatives from the campaign planning and implementation committee for SFU’s 50th anniversary approached board last Tuesday, June 17, to discuss collaboration on...

Senate and Board of Governors Elections Rundown

It's that time of year again, when student politicos vie for your vote to represent you on two of SFU's highest governing bodies: the...

Board Shorts

GRID to revise mandate The Greek Representation and Interest Development (GRID) group was further discussed at this week’s board meeting. Members of Greek organizations attended...