KPU’s new president gets top marks

Why we love Alan Davis.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen's big man on campus

President Alan Davis has big plans and big dreams for the future of Canada’s best (and only) polytechnic university.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen students set to vote on MultiPass fee hikes

Price to jump to $45 monthly if referendum is successful. ... Continue Reading

KSA discount cards fail to catch on with students

ESC program rollout faces repeated delays.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen Student Association increases executive pay

Compensation for faculty and constituency reps cut.... Continue Reading

New Kwantlen conflict of interest policy may restrict elected board reps

Board chair says policy isn’t new, but is now just better defined.... Continue Reading

Eagles beat Blues to end four-game losing streak

Kwantlen’s men’s basketball team turns around its luck.... Continue Reading

Island teams prove too much for Men’s Eagles

Losses continue to snowball.... Continue Reading

Women's Eagles maintain winning record in weekend split

A playoff spot is nearly clinched. ... Continue Reading

Diversity issues requires more understanding

Editorial: KSA should make better use of its constituency reps.... Continue Reading

KSA delays support, but ultimately signs on to Idle No More

Senate rep says social issues should be put to a popular vote.... Continue Reading

No more secrets

Editorial: KSA ought to stop making controversial decisions in camera.... Continue Reading

Student reps question KSA’s secret session

Constituency groups take issue with in camera decisions.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen Polytechnic University backtracks on Access Copyright agreement

President Alan Davis doesn’t know why the deal wasn’t signed, but says Kwantlen is better off without it.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen student talks about trying out for the London Paralympic Games

Kyle McMahon concentrates on training for 2016 Paralympics.... Continue Reading