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Friday, November 22, 2019

Letters to the Editor, Oct. 1st

Engage this Dear editor, I am writing to you because I feel that the majority of undergraduate students are not aware of the ramifications of Build...

Open relationships get a bad rap

By Gloria Mellesmoen Relationships, in any construct, are social contracts with certain terms and conditions implied in their creation. The traditional “monogamous”relationship has been one...

Saudi Arabian revolution? Not so fast.

Saudi Arabia is one of the least free and least democratic nations on Earth, in my opinion. As such, it is understandable that dewy-eyed...

It’s about time Archie had a disabled character

Originating in 1939, Archie comics have been beloved by children and people of all ages for decades. Featuring beloved characters such as Archie, Betty,...

Tea may be bland, but it’s an experience

As a constant tea drinker and advocate, I know why I drink tea. I even joined the Tea Club here at SFU in order...

Letter grades won’t give us a competitive edge

“What the hell am I paying this institution for if I am not getting my grades?” This is what I wondered after writing a...

Young adults who still live at home aren’t mooching

Forty-two percent of adults aged 20–29 live with their parents, according to Statistics Canada. Of those, Statistics Canada found that 90 percent don’t contribute...

Vincent Van Gogh-and-paint!

Hey there, friends. I’m an artist — and you should be one, too. Now, you may be thinking, “No way, I hate making visual art....

POINT: Valentine’s Day can Suck it

Nothing can good can come of this plastic holiday and it should be avoided at all costs By Ljudmila Petrovic Photos by Mark Burnham To see counter-point,...

English: a degree for the curious

English majors are often at the heart of jokes culminating in the word “barista” and accompanied by smug laughter. Though I acknowledge the job...