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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

SFU should not hoist NATO flag

Remembrance Day about honouring the brave, not the bullies By Cedric Chen Photos by Mark Burnham Many organisations and institutions hoist military-related flags for different reasons. But...

Miley’s not the problem: you are

It was impossible to avoid. She’s been splattered across the front pages of news sites and dominated days of coverage and discourse — a...

No UNSC nation should have veto power

Recently, members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) voted unanimously in favour of adopting a proposal to condemn the Crimean referendum as illegal,...

Patients need to come first

Doctors are not slaves — they have rights, freedoms, and opinions just like anyone else. But they don’t have the right to deny care...

Guns kill people but gun control saves lives

Earlier this week, the Canadian Supreme Court decided in a 5–4 decision that the Federal government is entitled to destroy all of Quebec’s data...

Get real, Getty Images

The fruits of creative labour are among the most zealously guarded; who enjoys having the things they’ve poured their souls into stolen? In the...

WEB EXCLUSIVE: TIM’S BIT — Dissecting urinal talk etiquette

Tim’s Bit: Tirades on our stupidest things is a new web-exclusive column featuring Tim Mottishaw’s comedic tirades on some of our humanity’s dumbest problems, with...

POINT / COUNTERPOINT: Should SFU’s English department focus less on white male authors?

Yes, English requirements should shift to focus on more diverse literature. By Emily Seitz, SFU Student On June 1, Alison Flood published an article in The...

Stop telling people how to protest

Before I start, I’m going disclose that I am white — like, almost horrifically so. I recognize that as such I’m afforded some rights...

COLUMN: Godwin's law, meet Onderwater's law

By Eric Onderwater Disagreeing with public opinion doesn't make someone racist In the public debate of today, most people have come to a common understanding of...