University records don’t track sexual assaults

Campus security chief says old reporting system wasn’t universal.... Continue Reading

Everything seems impossible until it’s done

Remembering Mandela as a man more than his quotes.... Continue Reading

Letter: Corporate partners not worth the price

Crim student Miles Maclean takes issue with KPU partnerships with multinational corporations.... Continue Reading
Ezra Levant is one of four keynote speakers that will address student journalists at the 76th NASH conference. (Photo courtesy David Stobbe)

Levant doesn’t deserve NASH keynote

National student press conference no place for hateful remarks.... Continue Reading

KSA executive chair loses seat in by-election

Preliminary election results declare Ghuman as winner.... Continue Reading
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Arzo Ansary answered student questions during an all-candidates debate for the Kwantlen Student Association's women's representative on Oct. 21. (Matt DiMera/The Runner)

Women's rep candidates no shows at KSA debate

Arzo Ansary only nominee present.... Continue Reading

Second former assistant launches lawsuit against university

Legg claims she was afraid to be alone with former president.... Continue Reading
Former KPU president John McKendry. (Photo courtesy KPU)

More allegations in lawsuit claim that university ‘blamed the victims’

Four employees allegedly fired after accusing McKendry.... Continue Reading

Changing identity: Jerusalem to Surrey

A personal exploration of what it means to be Canadian.... Continue Reading

Anthropologist recognized for Italian arts and culture research

KPU instructor Sam Migliore inducted into Vancouver Italian Hall of Fame.... Continue Reading

Attack ad culture hurts Canadians

Political civility takes a holiday.... Continue Reading

Dance till you drop: ecstasy overdoses and undereducated youth

Ecstasy or MDMA-related deaths could be preventable.... Continue Reading

Could the term ‘slut-shaming’ be more harmful than helpful?

While it’s more widely-used than ever, the phrase is far from perfect.... Continue Reading

Ancient Chinese fortune-telling reveals modern fates

How one of the world’s most mysterious occupations can make tellers a fortune.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen student and band in serious car crash

Tommy Alto suffer injuries from a car crash on Aug. 26... Continue Reading