Fashion Frenzy: Greg Thomas

Style profile of KPU English major Greg Thomas.... Continue Reading

The vision that was planted in my brain

Kwantlen instructor wins award for advocacy video.... Continue Reading

Campus break-ins hit Kwantlen

Security increases presence on Surrey campus... Continue Reading

Poor word choice should not affect accepting cash

KPU should keep Chip and Shannon Wilson’s $12-million investment amidst controversy.... Continue Reading

Come on Barbie, let's go party

Barbie’s world of controversy goes beyond the Dreamhouse.... Continue Reading
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(Illustration: Mark Stewart/The Runner)

Sixteen instructors fired after ESL funding cut

$1.35 million pulled from KPU budget.... Continue Reading

King Harper disregards regarded research

Destroying science is not the Canada we want.... Continue Reading

First student in KPU history to chair senate committee resigns

Second student senator steps down.... Continue Reading

Sign here, please

Kwantlen students file petition for referendum to leave the CFS-BC.... Continue Reading
(Danielle Mainman/Capilano Courier)
(Danielle Mainman/Capilano Courier)

Privacy or security?

Privacy rights in the modern age.... Continue Reading
(Illustration: Roland Nguyen/The Runner
(Illustration: Roland Nguyen/The Runner

Night owls find new roost

KPU library stays open 24-7 in trial run of extended hours.... Continue Reading

The cheque's in the mail

But is anyone paying attention to the KSA?... Continue Reading
The Kwantlen Student Association unanimously approved an $8000 raise for its four executives during the Jan. 10 council meeting. (Mark Stewart/The Runner)

KSA executives get $8,000 raises

Student association approves 47 per cent pay hike for executive board.... Continue Reading
(Photo courtesy Titus Gregory)
(Photo courtesy Titus Gregory)

KSA joins Alliance of B.C. Students

Gains unusual dual membership in provincial student lobbying groups.... Continue Reading

KSA proposes $10,000 raise for execs

Executive chair: ‘They need to be paid a living wage.’... Continue Reading