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Thursday, December 5, 2019

SFU reacts to UVic anti-abortion club’s loss of space privileges

By Graham Cook   SFU Lifeline and critics respond to the university’s decision   Following the University of Victoria’s recent decision to suspend the booking privileges of the...

University Briefs

Western University  referendum hacked   Referendum questions for Western University’s student council elections were hacked on Valentine’s Day by a prankster student who asked voters to choose...

SFU axes Latin American studies major

By David Dyck On February 6, SFU senate voted to dissolve the Latin American studies (LAS) major and joint major program. The rationale presented at the...

BASS board of governors instituted

<strong>By <a href="http://159.203.128.194/tag/jennifer-bednard">Jennifer Bednard</a></strong>   President addresses concerns that the new structure may be less democratic   Students in the Business Administration Student Society will be seeing some...

Imaging tool maps muscles in 3D

<strong>By <a href="http://159.203.128.194/tag/alison-roach">Alison Roach</a></strong> The project makes it easier to look at contracted muscles by speeding up the imaging process   James Wakeling, an associate professor of...

SFSS builds “think tank” for SUB consultations

By Ariane Madden The space will be used to introduce the student union building and gain support from the student body. As part of an ongoing...

BoG election results announced

By Graham Cook In last week’s election, Arry Dhillon and Andreas Pilarnos were elected to represent the student body on the SFU Board of Governors...

Tanning is out?

By Ljudmila Petrovic Local cancer groups fight to ban indoor tanning The Canadian Cancer Society’s B.C. and Yukon division is fighting to establish what they consider...

SFU entrepreneurs face off in competition

By Michael Brophy Texts 4 Health winner develops technology to help practitioners communicate with patients using mobile phones The fourth annual Coast Capital Venture Prize Competition...

SFU students help restore burned museum

By Sahira Memon Chase museum damaged as a result of arson An SFU archeological conservation class is traveling to Chase, B.C. to help restore and conserve...