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Saturday, September 18, 2021

Who really leads in a minority government?

SFU’s Centre for Dialogue and The Vancouver Sun co-hosted a panel to delve into what it is, exactly, that minority governments do in Canada. The...

Board Shorts

U-Pass referendum With the current agreement between post-secondary institutions and Translink set to end, a referendum question is being posed to students during the SFSS...

Board Shorts

SFUAMB requesting money for survey The Simon Fraser University Advocacy for Men and Boys club is asking the Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS) for $1,000...

Course puts student DNA under the microscope

SFU genomics students are taking a closer look at their DNA than they’ve ever been able to before. As part of MBB 462, students can...

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...

At-Large Reps

At-Large representatives have a large degree of flexibility to take on projects and join committees that interest them. They also support executive directors on...

CLIVE takes People’s Choice Award at MIT contest

CLIVE (Coastal Impact Visualization Environment) is a project co-directed by an SFU professor. The project won the People’s Choice Award at a major MIT-sponsored...

SFU is still number one

SFU, you’ve done it again! MacLean’s has released its university rankings for 2016 and SFU has — for the seventh time in eight years...

SFU alum on hunger strike until Site C construction ceases

Update: The Peak contacted BC Hydro via phone, who said they would call back by 4 p.m. Friday in response to Henry's claims like the project...