Why blocking religious funding makes sense

Proposal to block KSA funding to external religious and political groups makes good sense. ... Continue Reading

KSA opts for more secrecy

Transparency should be more than a buzz word. ... Continue Reading

Which KSA candidates deserve your vote

The Runner’s editorial take on the best, the worst, and the rest.... Continue Reading

No-contest elections don’t bode well for student association’s future

Kwantlen, you’ve got a problem. Or rather, you could have one.... Continue Reading
Maham Choudhry. (The Runner)

Kwantlen students' thoughts on the KSA

The Runner takes to the streets.... Continue Reading

The Runner's KSA referendum cheat-sheet

We break down the good and the bad about: MultiPass, PIRG, and The Runner. ... Continue Reading

KPU’s new president gets top marks

Why we love Alan Davis.... Continue Reading

Diversity issues requires more understanding

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

No more secrets

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

Why Canadians shouldn't be idle

Opinion: The KSA’s aboriginal representative explains why students should care about Idle No More.... Continue Reading

KSA council should not exclude students from important decisions

Letter: KSA constituencies disagree with decision to hold decision about pro-life group behind closed doors.... Continue Reading

In defence of a woman’s right to choose: ‘Stay out of my uterus’

Arzo Ansary is sick and tired of the pro-life debate.... Continue Reading

Teach your grandparents about email scams

People who create chain mail do it for a number of reasons, and none of them are with good intent. ... Continue Reading

New parking rates are too high

Letter: Anger over new parking fees and lack of semester parking passes.... Continue Reading

Why it's time to end Cram Jam

Editorial: Big budgets and embarrassing attendance don’t mix — Cram Jam doesn’t need to be “reimagined.” ... Continue Reading