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Tuesday, May 26, 2020

WGOG: Undisclosed mayonnaise in restaurants

Written by: Gene Cole, Opinions Editor I understand that disliking mayonnaise is far from a universal stance. I’ve always felt it to be an overpowering...

Put funding back into our public schools

This past spring, the BC Liberal government announced that there will be more cuts coming to a public school near you. As the summer...

Obese modelling encourages unhealthy lifestyles

I’ve never been able to watch shows like America’s Next Top Model because I cringe at how unnaturally thin most of these models are....

What Grinds Our Gears: Campus maps are aesthetically pleasing but useless for navigation

By: Tiffany Chang, Peak Associate I think most people — if not everyone — has noticed how the maps of the SFU campuses all lack sufficient...

Drop the polar bear mascots

Images and symbols are powerful tools. We often recall a single, powerful image when thinking of a major historic event: the end of WWII,...

Dress codes are not up to code

Written by Stefanie Baltasar, SFU Student         Some dress codes just make sense, such as chemists having to wear clothes that cover all of their...

The SkyTrain redemption

Lost in the wallows of two bombed midterms, I nearly miss the voice of a forty something Fijian-Canadian man beside me as he sparks...

Reframing last year’s failed New Year’s resolutions

“Resolution number one: Give up coffee.” The number of times this failed resolution, along with many others, has seen my new year’s list borderlines...

My first kiss wasn’t a fairytale

When I was young, I would always dream about what my first kiss would be like. I hate to admit it now, but in...

Please do check your privilege

The idea of assessing privilege was not born on social media; it has existed since the mid-20th century and was popularised among academics in...