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Friday, February 23, 2018

Community program to launch for LGBTQ+ refugees

Two SFU professors are teaming up with DIVERSEcity, a not-for-profit agency located in Surrey dedicated to offering services to the city’s multicultural population, to...

SFU becomes first university to offer asexuality studies

Simon Fraser University was the first institution in the world to offer a full-length undergraduate course in asexuality studies. According to the Asexual Visibility...

Condom Crew, a student-led club that provides sexual health information to SFU students

As Simon Fraser University students wandered through the Academic Quadrangle (AQ) on January 24, they might have bumped into a group of students who...

Positive Space Network fills in the queer knowledge gap for SFU faculty

SFU staff and faculty have been receiving a crash course on the LGBTQ+ community and issues thanks to Out on Campus’ Positive Space Network...

SFU public interest research group faces displacement from campus

By: Cecile Favron   Editor’s Note: The Peak Publications Society is an independent student society and participated in the process initiated by the Simon Fraser Student...

A new bookstore has rolled onto campus

SFU finally has its own bookshop . . . and it’s on wheels. Iron Dog Books is described by co-owner Hilary Atleo as an “indie...

SFSS’s Emergency Food Bank Program receives additional funding from SFU

For the 2017–18 fiscal year, Simon Fraser University has pledged to contribute more funding to the Simon Fraser Student Society’s (SFSS) Emergency Food Bank...

Board Shorts

By Amneet Mann and Henry Tran Simon Fraser University consults SFSS on its updated Code of Student Conduct Dr. Tim Rahilly, vice-provost and associate vice-president, students...

The Sexual Violence Support and Prevention Office officially opens next month

Starting February 2018, Simon Fraser University’s Sexual Violence Support and Prevention Office (SVSPO) will have an interim physical space for the university community to...

SFU graduates may return to have major listed on degree parchment retroactively

SFU Senate declared in a recent meeting that SFU students graduated before June 2018 may have their degree parchment adjusted retroactively to display their...