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It might be time for Diamond Dave to trade up his mic stand for a cane.
Digital technology has changed how we share and experience images.
The Fraser Valley Acoustic Guitar Festival hits Kwantlen this Friday.
Religious clubs at Kwantlen receive little support compared to other universities.
Nina Arsenualt, star of the Silicone Diaries, talks identity, beauty and spirituality.
Stop The Presses! runs from Jan. 27 to Feb. 2 at the Vancity Theatre
The annual Taboo sex show reveals our kinks and, of course, taboos.
What really is a hipster anyways?
Surreyalists’ Big Little Art Show: Kwantlen artists selling their work.
Vancouver Trolley Company’s two-and-a-half-hour halloween trolley tour touches on the city’s bloody history.
Kwantlen students explore 1950′s art with 2011 technology
A line-up of three freak-metal acts usually garners high expectations.
University gains a positive, physical space for Pride Kwantlen and student-run clubs; faculty feels elbowed out of its employee lounge.
Local artists from the Arts 2011 showcase share their art and philosophy with students.