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Thursday, April 2, 2020

Remembering Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou was a woman with the power to impact lives from the tip of her tongue to the turn of her pen. From...

My university is letting me down

Recently, I have taken no pleasure in telling people that I am an SFU student. The source of my newfound shame stems entirely from...

Ideology discourse empty, distracting

By Kelly Thoreson   In last week’s opinions piece , author Joel Warren refers to the current SFSS board as “self-interested and ideologically-aligned”. This is not...

Woohoo, Boohoo

Woohoo: One-ply I’m pulling a utilitarian stance and proclaiming that one-ply toilet paper is definitely the favourable tool with which to garnish our restrooms. Put...

POLITICAL CORNER: Refusing to reform Northern Ireland’s abortions law is a step backwards for...

Written by Winona Young, Staff Writer The United Kingdom courts recently dismissed the appeal to reform abortion rights for Northern Ireland. This is an immense...

TA-dating article unfairly persecuted

From the printing press to Twitter, the modernization of media technology has made information more easily accessible to the distant masses. While this has...

Recent celebrity suicides outline room to improve mental health dialogue

Written by: Alexander Kenny, Peak Associate In recent weeks, the world lost two iconic celebrities to suicide. It was a shock to all of us,...

WHAT GRINDS OUR GEARS: Dentists asking questions while they have their hands in our...

Written by Liam Wilson, Peak Associate Look, dude, I don’t even really want to be here anyways. I just come here to feel bad about...

Changes in the SFSS’ food sale policy lacked clarity and transparency

By: Naomi Torres, SFU Student As a student union executive, I’m used to dealing with the day-to-day workings of SFSS policy. Recently, the SFSS sent an...

I am committed to not committing

We’ve got Jeremih cranked as loud as our petty laptop speakers will go, and we shout, “commit to not committing!” and high-five each other...