Fashion School: End of an era

Fashion student Cayla Vilches reflects on her years spent in Kwantlen’s fashion program.... Continue Reading

Top ten rarest/edible endangered animals

Cole Griffin takes us through the top ten rarest and edible endangered animals around.... Continue Reading

Shifting Ice: The Skies of Uixynki

The twelfth installment in Jared Vaillancourt’s sci-fi series, ‘Shifting Ice’.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen: Is there an app for that?

By Denny Hollick [Coordinating Editor] When you’re going to university, there are two things that go together harmoniously: the student and their cell phone. The iPhone has been so popular amongst students that many universities have taken the time to develop mobile applications. Currently, universities such as Ryerson and University of Saskatchewan (USask) have implemented... Continue Reading

Taking (birth) control of the situation

This is Jeff Groat. He’s the Runner’s sex columnist. He has only one qualification for the job: his last name sounds like a dirty word. This week he talks about birth control.... Continue Reading

This century’s hottest fashion trends

A look at hottest fashion trends of the last 100 years. Tweed? Studded leather? We’ve got your covered (get it?).... Continue Reading

Shifting Ice: Many Dark Secrets

The eleventh installment of Jared Vaillancourt’s ‘Shifting Ice’ series. Sci-fi goodness awaits!... Continue Reading

The King Khan and BBQ Show: King-sized jerks

Being a longtime fan of The King Khan and BBQ Show, I was more than thrilled when Arish Khan (better known as King Khan) and Mark Sultan (BBQ) invited me into their modest hotel room above the Biltmore Cabaret for an interview with The Runner. Then I had the interview.... Continue Reading

Drugs + festivals = no good

By Lorem Ipsum Ah, festival season is upon us. For North America, Austin, Texas’ SXSW just ended. The exponentially growing Coachella music festival in Indio, California comes just in time for the American spring break in April. Then in May, there’s the one that’s most near and dear to us Lower Mainland dwellers: Sasquatch! festival... Continue Reading

Groat in the sack: Interracial couplings

This is Jeff Groat. He’s the Runner’s sex columnist. He has only one qualification for the job: his last name sounds like a dirty word. That’s good enough for us. This week he talks about interracial relationships.... Continue Reading

#I <3 #Syphilis

Max Hirtz looks at this week’s trending topics, the current most-tweeted phrases or words on Twitter. ... Continue Reading

Where to go for Easter weekend

So you’ve got a four-day weekend coming up, great. Some people take this as an opportunity to go somewhere else, and if you’re one of these people, we’ve got you covered with this travel piece. If you’re not one of these people, that’s too bad.... Continue Reading

Shifting Ice: Treasure Given Up

The tenth installment in Jared Vaillancourt’s sci-fi series ‘Shifting Ice’.... Continue Reading

Composers take the stage

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: if you can attend even one concert put on by Kwantlen students we highly recommend it. This week’s Composer’s Concert is set to take place on Wednesday, Mar. 10 and the free price tag makes it one of the more appealing concerts to attend. ... Continue Reading

Hendrix is fucking awesome

This is Kristi Jut. She loves music. She’s also a ginger. And she does have a soul. And she likes music with soul, too.... Continue Reading