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Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Board Shorts

Chief electoral officer appointed Following the recent departure of Lorenz Young, the SFSS board of directors appointed Stephanie Munez as the new chief electoral officer...

Big Smoke Burgers to move to SFU Cornerstone building

Come February, SFU will boast another burger restaurant. Franchise Big Smoke Burgers will soon move into the Cornerstone building where the Himalayan Peak used...

World News Beat

By: Nathaniel Tok ZIMBABWE – Mugabe announced he will step down as president The long-standing President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, announced his resignation in a letter...

Solutions lie in marine life

By: Agnetha de Sa, Peak Associate   ‘Reefs of hope’ may help protect coral reefs from climate-change impacts In their published article Seeking resilience in marine ecosystems, SFU...

Union members vote “yes” to strike vote

After almost a year of negotiations with SFU, the university’s Teaching Support Staff Union (TSSU) has voted overwhelmingly in favour of the option to...

University consults students over proposed recreation facility

The Board of Governors is asking SFU students for their feedback regarding a proposal for a new recreational facility at SFU Burnaby. A private company...

SFSS welcomes its new executive director, Sylvia Ceacero

On March 11, 2019, the Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS) board of directors announced that Sylvia Ceacero would be the student society’s next executive...

SFU experts question whether Ottawa shooting linked to terrorism

Canadians were left distraught last Wednesday, October 22, 2014 after an attack was made against Canada's political leadership, resulting in the death of a...

Terry Fox run celebrates 35 years of fundraising for cancer research

Despite the cold and foggy day weather, over 1,000 student participants and volunteers gathered at Convocation Mall on Friday, October 2 to run and...

SFU professors raise concerns about snowbirds travelling during COVID-19

By: Jaymee Salisi, News Writer Many retired Canadians continue to participate in international migration to warmer climates such as Mexico or Florida during the...