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SFU PhD candidate starts work on a new heart diagnostic app

SFU Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology PhD candidate Alexandre Laurin has spent his summer in France at the École Polytechnique developing a 3D interactive computer...

SFU students dominate Surrey Top 25 Under 25 awards

SFU students and alumni swept the majority of the Surrey Board of Trade Top 25 Under 25 awards last month. Eighteen of the youth...

Ancient beetles provides climate change insights

SFU professor Rolf Mathewes and researcher Bruce Archibald, among others, have gained critical insights into climate change while investigating 50 million-year old palm beetle...

Board Shorts

Written by: Amneet Mann, News Editor   Board increases budget for website redevelopment In the latest Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS) board of directors meeting, the board...

Student’s concerned over SFU official transcript conversion

Brandon Gill didn’t expect to have trouble converting his grades from his transcript after graduating from SFU in 2016. “I feel like going to...

SFU student wins Nora and Ted Sterling Prize for work on fat activism

By: Srijani Datta, Assistant News Editor Layla Cameron, a journalist, fat-stigma activist, filmmaker, and PhD student at SFU is this year’s recipient of the Nora...

Over $13,000 raised for annual Terry Fox Day

On the morning of Sept. 24, students, faculty, friends, and family gathered across all three SFU campuses to participate in the country-wide phenomenon that...

Mackenzie Cafe seating closed from July-August

By: Gurpreet Kambo, News Team Member Due to plaza renewal construction, the seating area in Mackenzie Cafe closed on June 29. It will remain closed...

“All you see is flames”

Brandon Tidy just finished up his first year at Simon Fraser University. He played for the men’s hockey team, and is trying to transfer...

19-year-old male with toy gun arrested at W.A.C. Bennett Library

By: Gurpreet Kambo, News Editor Suspicions of a potential gun threat brought Burnaby RCMP to campus on October 8, though the object in question was...