Meet your candidates for the 2016 KSA Election: Constituency Representatives

Tristan Johnston, Coordinating Editor Kier-Christer Junos, Staff Writer Preet Hundal, Contributor Photos by Braden Klassen, Contributor Constituency Representatives International Students Representative (one to be elected) Zubair Ahmed “I would like to bring [solutions to] the problems faced by international students. [People should vote for me] because I can . . . solve the problems faced... Continue Reading

The Ceremony of Myself

A Moon Time testimonial I starkly remember the first day I got my period. I had to go to the bathroom at 4 a.m. in the morning and as soon as I saw red in the toilet bowl, I burst into tears. I felt the beginning of something daunting, as if a new, unexplained responsibility... Continue Reading

The Perks of Joining a Club

Potential for support network beneficial for mental health By: Kyle Prince and Monica Mah Humans are, at heart, social animals. It comes as no surprise that we tend to gather in groups, that we seek communities and use them to help define who we are. The Kwantlen Gaming Guild, Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s largest student club... Continue Reading

Curating Kwantlen

A Walking Guide to KPU’s Public Art Charis Au Let’s take a walk around the Surrey campus. You step into the main courtyard and take a deep breath. Nothing is out of the ordinary. You head into the Cedar building to get your Timmy’s fix and notice something in the corner of your eye. Outside... Continue Reading

In Da Club: History Students' Society

A look back in KPU. By Kyle Prince and Monica Mah, contributors In response to a national discussion centring on domestic security and the spread of terrorist groups, in part fed by the controversial Bill C-51, the Kwantlen History Students’ Society is introducing a new monthly PODtalk called “Narratives of Terrorism.” On it, Clea Hargraves... Continue Reading

Five Outrageously Awkward Internet Things We Wish Would Come Back

Let’s be clear: the internet has some real gems. We’ve gathered up the five best that need to stick around/make a comeback in order for the internet to stay awesome. Bring on your lols and your hashtags.... Continue Reading

Tandoori Kings of Comedy perform one night only

South Asian Arts hosts live standup at the Bell Centre. By Joseph Keller [contributor] Stand up fans in Surrey won’t need to go far for a show this weekend, as the Tandoori Kings of Comedy perform on Nov. 8 at the Bell Centre for the Performing Arts. Headlined by well-known Lower Mainland comics Sunee Dhaliwal and Hollywood... Continue Reading

KPU to launch KDocs

Film-showcase project and public forum built to engage. By Kier-Christer Junos [contributing editor] When a film called Miss Representation fell into the laps of KPU English teachers Janice Morris and Helen Mendes, the two documentary-enthusiasts bent on hosting a film-based event threw their hands up and said, “how hard could it be?” Now, the group... Continue Reading

Red Rock Diner brings the tunes to Vancouver

Energetic production returns to Granville Island Stage to cap off Arts Clubs 50th season.... Continue Reading

When life gives you lemons

Jeremy Fisher releases new album; performs in Surrey.... Continue Reading

Spend your money wisely

CFS referendum at Capilano takes a turn for the worse.... Continue Reading

Campaigners face off at Capilano for CFS referendum

Students head to polls to vote on continued membership in the CFS.... Continue Reading

We're hiring associate editors

We’ve added new associate editor positions and are hiring now.... Continue Reading

Ever After has us chanting 'never again'

Marianas Trench’s Ever After only earns 2.5 out of 5 records.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen Student Association special general meeting results

The final vote tallies on motions from the Nov. 30 special general meeting.... Continue Reading