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Monday, May 10, 2021

Vancouver isn’t boring

A recent article published in The Economist describes Vancouver as “mind-numbingly boring.” The author, under the alias “Gulliver,” later states that the more “cities...

Applying for jobs in cyberspace is futile

By Tara Nykyforiak Photos by Mark Burnham Digitized processes deal students and new graduates a losing hand If you’ve ever possessed a job within the contemporary work...

Arguments can’t be “pro-life” if concern for life ends at birth

By: Meera Eragoda, SFU Student It all started during Clubs Days when I was wandering the booths. As I approached one, a member who was explaining...

WHAT GRINDS OUR GEARS: The second group of steps in the centre-back of Convocation...

Written By: Nathaniel Tok, Peak Associate You know that flight of steps leading to that little platform at the back of Convocation Mall going towards...

My identity in Canada through hockey and photography

Hockey and photography — the two things I love. They’re also the two things I found a passion for when I came to Canada...

Letter to the Editor from Giovanni HoSang

Greetings to the Editor-in-Chief of The Peak: The Peak opinion piece entitled “Giovanni HoSang can’t pretend Kickoff doesn’t involve him” stated some concerns around holding...

What Grinds Our Gears: Aesthetically-pleasing seating that further wrecks my spine

By: Gabrielle McLaren, Editor-in-Chief I don’t know how everybody else teaches themselves entire classes off of Canvas syllabi or churns out essays, but I prepare for...

US government shutdown could mean global crisis

By the time this article is in your hands, I sincerely hope the impending US crisis will be over. It will have been almost...

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...

Reflecting on photography

I’ve spent the last five years at SFU photographing people. Hundreds of faces have looked into my camera: students, student-athletes, student-politicians, professors, board members....