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Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Canada isn’t the moral haven some want to claim it is

By: Madeleine Chan, Staff Writer A few weeks ago, #MeanwhileInCanada was trending on Twitter with people comparing the anti-racism protests (fronted by George Floyd’s murder) to...

Student criticism of SFU’s Town Hall is misdirected and unproductive

By: Nicole Magas, Opinions Editor On May 26, SFU Student Services hosted an hour-long virtual Town Hall to address some of the most prevalent student concerns...

What Grinds Our Gears: Giving attitude to workers is a non-essential service

By: Juztin Bello, Copy Editor I’m standing in line outside of a restaurant waiting to pick up some food my family ordered — making sure to...

There is no safe reopening without robust health order enforcement

By: Manisha Sharma, SFU Student As BC slowly reopens, many are keen to get back to the lives we had before the pandemic forced us into...

Helping our communities means buying local — especially during a pandemic

By: Devana Petrovic, Staff Writer Most people can probably agree that it’s been a heavy couple of months: social restrictions, event cancellations, and the overwhelming pressures...

Proctor software is more risk than benefit for students

By: Nicole Magas, Opinions Editor Students in MATH 155 were shaken up recently when they received an email informing them that their remote exams would be...

Pride events may be cancelled, but being proud is not

By: Juztin Bello, Copy Editor Due to the ongoing uncertainty around COVID-19, Pride festivities worldwide have either been cancelled or re-imagined into virtual events. These cancellations...

New students are going to miss out on a lot of moments that make...

By: Nathan Tok, Peak Associate Do you remember your first day of classes? I vaguely recall a whirlwind of back-to-back classes as advised by my seniors,...

What Grinds Our Gears: Could I get a little content to go with all...

By: Nicole Magas, Opinions Editor Unprecedented times call for unprecedented media consumption. News articles, blogs, opinions pieces, factoids — like the borderline manic hypochondriac my...

It’s too early to determine whether tuition needs to be adjusted

By: Nicole Magas, Opinions Editor In late April, before summer classes had even begun, many students across Canada began to express their frustration that universities...