The Runner is owned by students and created for students. We are the premier news and culture source for students at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
It’s time to get your wardrobe ready for spring and summer.
School is out. Time to catch up on your TV and Books
At first glance, Eight and a Half’s debut is a dead-ringer for post-In Rainbows Radiohead.
Burlesque is a sex-positive, feminist activity says local burlesque dancer and Kwantlen student.
A multimedia piece looking at Kwantlen’s bug garden
The trench coat has always been a great spring piece.
Its versatility is unmistakable. If you don’t own a boyfriend blazer then, honey, you need help.
Aijaaz Gazdar is passionate about music, education and bringing his craft back to his roots.
Q&A with Xenocide’s Tabreez Azad.
Short films bringing students’ artistic side to campus
The new reality is clear: Western Canada is set to dominate economically.
Official Kwantlen senate and board of governors election guide.
To the Senate and BOG candidates: remember you will be elected to fight for the students.
Kwantlen’s first ever Holi festival will take place Thursday, March 8 on the Surrey campus.