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John Horgan Concludes Campaign in Surrey

NDP leader holds final rally at Guildford Sheraton Joseph Keller, Web Editor B.C. NDP leader John Horgan was in Surrey on the final day of his campaign to be elected B.C.’s Premier. A small rally was held at the Sheraton Hotel in Guildford on Monday May 8, the day before the British Columbia provincial election.... Continue Reading
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B.C. ELECTION: ABCS Hope to See Results in Next Provincial Government

Student housing is one of the most important election issues amongst student voters Joseph Keller, Web Editor One issue that’s on many students’ minds this election is the issue of student housing in B.C. The Kwantlen Student Association, as part of the Alliance of B.C. Students (ABCS), has been active for the past several months... Continue Reading
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B.C. Election: B.C. Greens Want to Experiment with Basic Guaranteed Income

It isn’t as crazy as it seems Joseph Keller, Web Editor Perhaps the most striking aspect of the B.C. Green Party’s platform is the idea of a guaranteed income as a safety net for British Columbians who find themselves unable to bring in a living wage. It’s an idea that has been toyed with in... Continue Reading
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B.C. Election: Surrey-Panorama and Surrey-Whalley Riding Profiles

Surrey-Panorama   Liberal Candidate: Puneet Sandhar Puneet Sandhar is a Surrey-based lawyer and first time candidate. She says that, through her outreach to voters, she has found that the most important issue to Panorama is job growth and stability, and she credits the B.C. Liberal government’s tax cuts with creating the growth that her potential... Continue Reading

B.C. Election: Which Parties Will Protect Whistleblowers?

B.C., NDP, and Greens protect them, Liberals leave them in the cold Joseph Keller, Web Editor Issues like housing affordability and environmental protection have rightfully come to the forefront of this provincial election, but how has each party committed to protecting those who watch for and expose the government’s ethical shortcomings? It’s troubling that, even... Continue Reading
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Celebrated Columnist Gwynne Dyer Visits KPU to Talk Trump

Dyer was KPU President Alan Davis’ latest guest for his President’s Dialogue series Joseph Keller, Web Editor KPU President Alan Davis sat down with Canadian author, journalist, and military historian Gwynne Dyer for the university’s President’s Dialogue talk series on April 10. The talk was held in the conference centre on KPU’s Surrey campus and... Continue Reading

Funding Cuts Put Fraser Valley HIV Organization in Jeopardy

Positive Living Fraser Valley Society may be forced to close its doors next year Joseph Keller, Web Editor The future is looking uncertain for the Fraser Region’s only major service provider helping people infected with HIV and hepatitis C. The Public Health Agency of Canada, the government body which currently provides the majority of funding... Continue Reading

The Faculty of Health Student Association Keeps Student Life Alive in Langley

New club aims to support students in the Faculty of Health Joseph Keller, Web Editor Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s newest student club, The Faculty of Health Student Association, aims to bring student life to the Langley campus while also supporting Faculty of Health students in dealing with unique challenges in their area of study. “I feel... Continue Reading
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Anthropology 3502 to Explore Abnormal Human Biological Variation

Students will examine both the archaeological and socio-cultural implications of “the different” Joseph Keller, Web Editor Anthropology students at Kwantlen Polytechnic University will have the opportunity to explore “biological normalcy and the abnormal” as part of Anthropology 3502 this summer. The class, Special Topics in Biological Anthropology, focuses on a new topic each semester as... Continue Reading
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Student Rights Centre Report Not Released At Annual General Meeting

Though initially planned for release in November, the report has been delayed several times Joseph Keller, Web Editor A report by the Kwantlen Student Association’s Student Rights Centre which details students’ problems with KPU was initially set to be released during November of last year. However, after a series of delays, the report has yet... Continue Reading
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Vancouver’s 4/20 Event Needs to be Held to a Higher Standard

Last year’s gathering was an embarrassment to responsible cannabis consumers Joseph Keller, Web Editor April 20th used to be my favorite day of the year. I looked at the yearly festival as a way of showing the community that cannabis users don’t necessarily fit the negative stereotypes that have been perpetuated for decades, and to... Continue Reading
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The Complicated Relationship Between the KSA and KPIRG

A tale of two student organisations Joseph Keller, Web Editor The two major student societies at Kwantlen Polytechnic University have a complicated relationship. Kwantlen Student Association President Alex McGowan says that the KSA has always been open and receptive to working with the Kwantlen Public Interest Research Group. However, staff and students close to KPIRG... Continue Reading

KSA Holds Panel to Address Violence Against Environmentalists

How do we protect the protectors of the environment? Joseph Keller, Web Editor The Kwantlen Students Association invited a panel of experts to discuss the worldwide issue of violence perpetrated against those fighting to protect the health of our planet. Environmentalists have been targeted all over the world because they threaten exiting power structures and... Continue Reading
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What to Expect with KPU’s Upcoming Fifth Campus

Plans expanded to make Civic Plaza a full sized campus Joseph Keller, Web Editor With major renovations being made to KPU Surrey’s Spruce building, it’s easy to forget about the institution’s soon-to-be fifth campus, which is currently under construction in Surrey Central. The campus is part of a massive building project at 3 Civic Plaza,... Continue Reading
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Department of Language and Cultures Hosts Mother Language Day Celebration

Performers showcase their native tongues at Bear Creek Park Pavilion. Joseph Keller, Web Editor In honor of International Mother Language Day, KPU’s Department of Language and Cultures put together a showcase of music and poetry featuring performers from all five of the department’s represented languages. The event was held at the pavilion at Bear Creek... Continue Reading