Kwantlen president slams The Runner

Editorial: Our story about the Southlands report prompted an outburst from John McKendry.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen signs onto new three-year Access Copyright agreement

Student and faculty associations decry lack of consultation.... Continue Reading

KPU senate should not ban recording public meetings

Editorial: Banning reporters from recording meetings would be a barrier to student engagement.... Continue Reading

Gay pride festival comes to Surrey

Local politicians came out in droves to show their support for Surrey’s burgeoning LQBTQ community.... Continue Reading

Their There venture into unfamiliar territory with Familiar Skin

White Rock band Their There’s Familiar Skin has been in the making for six years.... Continue Reading

Fourth PEAK Performance Project begins

Local artists include The Gay Nineties and Dominique Fricot.... Continue Reading

Low-key fashion event at the Biltmore a success

Vancouver’s first fashion Bazaar kicked off the summer season, Saturday, July 7 at the Biltmore Cabaret.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen students join BC campaign

Kwantlen Student Association forgoes CASA membership to focus on provincial lobbying.... Continue Reading

CFS and Armed Forces barred from advertising in campus publications

Ban slated to last three years.... Continue Reading

KSA sued again

Lawsuit alleges that KSA ordered handbooks from the CFS between 2005 and 2007, but never paid for them. ... Continue Reading

New dean of arts at Kwantlen

Diane Purvey will be appointed into the position on Aug. 1.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen buries review of alleged ethical violations

University refuses to answer questions about Southlands review.... Continue Reading

Cloverdale admissions moving to Langley

Provost won’t rule out the possibility of future cuts at Cloverdale campus.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen picks new president

On April 2, the board of governors announced the appointment of Alan Davis as incoming president and vice-chancellor effective Sept. 1, 2012.... Continue Reading

New student senators elected

Two new faces will join the Kwantlen board of governors (BOG) in September, after winning a decisive victory in the March 19 online election.... Continue Reading