Matt Law is a freelance journalist based in Vancouver, B.C. He is currently finishing a degree in journalism and serving a second term as media editor at The Runner.
Student’s thoughts on the KSA MultiPass
Kwantlen’s Aboriginal club brings awareness of First Nations to campus.
Independent Kwantlen group focuses on environmental action at the community level.
Downtown Eastside Smudge Ceremony held to remember First Nations Women.
Smarten Up at Kwantlen draw could mean a free car for a student.
Looking to get out for a short day hike close to Vancouver? Here are some of the top spots.
Canada’s first national sport is coming to Kwantlen this fall.
Matt Law gives you the run-down on three essential summer reads with a little humour.
The long-awaited vote on the controversial HST will begin June 13 (delayed by the Canada Post lockout).
Canadian environmental groups are vowing to fight a DFO Federal court court appeal.
Between catastrophic oil spills and icelandic volcanic eruptions, 2010 was a big year. The world came together this year, whether in its shared annoyance of Vuvuzela, or the collective celebration after the rescue of the Chilean miners. But the big news of the day wasn’t just reserved for the international press, our very own institute of higher learning also experienced many newsworthy events. This is the Runner’s list of top Kwantlen news stories of 2010:
Since former premier Bill Vander Zalm started his crusade against the Harmonized Sales tax, B.C. has seen a grass roots political movement that has been desperately needed in this country.
Zesty Greek Chicken recipe courtesy of: Matt Law’s Li’l Kitchen
Students returning to Kwantlen Polytechnic University in the fall can expect to be hit by yet another parking fee increase.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University is the only Canadian university to be named as a 2010 Progressive Employer of Canada.