CramJam goes off without a hitch

After a long day of perusing Welcome Week booths, Kwantlen students chilled out with a beer and pop-singer Karl Wolf at this year’s CramJam.... Continue Reading

UPASS a no-go for another year

The Kwantlen Student Association is expecting the university to have its hands on a $30 dollar U-Pass deal this September. But that doesn’t mean students will have their hands on the pass.... Continue Reading

KSA draws attention to TransLink’s bad buses

The Kwantlen Student Association recently held a ‘beat-the-bus’ competition to highlight the inefficiencies of the current transit system and how it impacts students trying to travel between campuses. ... Continue Reading

Changes come to Fir building

It seems like Kwantlen’s Surrey campus is on a never ending episode of extreme makeover, and the latest to go under the knife is Fir building.... Continue Reading

Peaceful activist booted off campus

On Wednesday July 28, Emery Warner caught the attention of the usually mellow security guards for handing out flyers that protest Kwantlen’s new catering company, Sodexo.... Continue Reading

Parking fees rise again

Students returning to Kwantlen Polytechnic University in the fall can expect to be hit by yet another parking fee increase.... Continue Reading

Tim Hortons construction finally underway

Construction began last week on the Kwantlen Tim Hortons in Cedar 1105, which is expected to open this September.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen’s controversial research fee

Kwantlen Polytechnic University will be reviewing the decision to accept a $50,000 research fee from the Century Group for the research on the company’s controversial Southlands development proposal.... Continue Reading

Aboriginal Gathering Place off to a slow but steady start

Kwantlen’s new Aboriginal Gathering Place, located in the main building of the Surrey Campus, has received significant attention for its contemporary design and architecture... Continue Reading

No Credit Cards: Proposed tuition payment changes may come into effect as early as fall

The Kwantlen Board of Governors approved draft budget amendments this spring which may entail restrictions on the use of credit cards for tuition payments. ... Continue Reading

Kwantlen named as a 2010 Progressive Employer of Canada

Kwantlen Polytechnic University is the only Canadian university to be named as a 2010 Progressive Employer of Canada.... Continue Reading

U-Pass more than just a bus pass

Early last month, the provincial government announced they would be offering the U-Pass for $30 per month to all post-secondary institutions in September. The announcement seemed too good to be true – and in a way, it was.... Continue Reading

Just Giver for Parkinson’s

On July 24, Gavin Johnston and wife Laura, along with 11 other riders, will embark on a 1,300 kilometre ride through much of south western B.C. to raise money for Parkinson’s disease. ... Continue Reading

Photo contest gives away over $6500 in Kwantlen Kash

Kwantlen recently announced the winners of the “It’s my Kwantlen” student photo contest, which had over $6500 of Kwantlen “Kash” up for grabs.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen harvesting a degree in Sustainable Agriculture

While the addictive nature of Facebook’s Farmville app may be to blame for a few failed quizzes, Kwantlen Polytechnic University students may finally have a chance to see if they have what it takes to bring in a harvest.... Continue Reading