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Monday, August 19, 2019

Reading breaks aren’t a vacation

Written by: Gene Cole, Opinions Editor During the past week, I’ve spent an unnecessarily large amount of time writing apology notes to a classmate over...

Chris Fleming rocks Rio Theatre

By: Zoe Vedova, Humour Editor Theatre lights dim and comedian Chris Fleming struts out across the stage like a prehistoric emu who’s stumbled onto a...

What grinds our gears: Escalator etiquette-breakers

Written by: Trevor Roberts, Peak Associate Escalators. They’re loud, they’re expensive, and if they’re in a SkyTrain station they break down all the...

Commercializing hip-hop risks the loss of its afrocentric roots

Written by: Youeal Abera, Staff Writer I’ll never forget being six years old and seeing Jay-Z on television for the first time. It...

Hunt for the Best: Coffee at Burnaby Campus

By: Natasha Tar, Peak Associate Coffee is a university must, but answer me honestly: have you been anywhere but Tim Hortons and Starbucks...

What if . . . all lectures were recorded and uploaded online

Written by: Gene Cole, Opinions Editor Imagine a lecture with less than 10 students inside. Students still sit in the back rows, forcing...

Opinions of the Hour

Written by: Gene Cole, Opinions Editor A sobering amendment - Meera Ulysses, The Varsity Back in December, Canada’s impaired...

How to: Study abroad

By: Melanie Hiepler, Peak Associate Question: Should you spend a semester or more studying abroad? Answer: Why is that even...

Commuter Woes: Transit’s effects on your health and wellbeing

By: Alannah Wallace, Peak Associate Most SFU students make quite the journey to and from school every day. It comes as no...

Opinions of the Hour

“There are two kinds of Indigenous governance structures, but Canada has been listening to just one,” by Carey Newman, at CBC News.