How real is real? Reality television is here to stay

Natsumi Oye dissects reality television and why we need it.... Continue Reading

Spring break at Kwantlen: No miami beach?

Well, it’s the third week back from the luxurious Olympic “reading break,” and I don’t know about everyone else, but I’m still hung over.... Continue Reading

BC's working poor : How do you do it?

Kwantlen student Hailey Lawrence looks at a different type of poor, the working poor.... Continue Reading

Yay or Nay? Changing O' Canada because it's sexist

Should Canadians change their national anthem to ensure equality?... Continue Reading

In the mind of a speed dater

Todd Easterbrook tries his hand at speed dating, and has a few suggestions for next time.... Continue Reading

Student election gets dirty

This is Matt, the Runner’s political columnist. He thinks dirty politicking is just plain dirty.... Continue Reading

So many dates, just enough time

We’ve all been involved, at some point or another, in the savvy unpredictable rat race called the dating world. Whether it’s at a coffee shop, bar, nightclub or even over the net, the realm of dating can seem like a zoo—an animalistic romp, sifting through appear-ances, personalities, and compatibility.... Continue Reading

Going for Gold: Your guide to Olympic drinking

If you’re like one of the many… whom am I kidding? If you’re a person, and not some weird reading machine or something, then you plan to drink over the Olympics, probably under the guise of celebration or team spirit.... Continue Reading

It’s our party and we’ll cry if we want to

The Olympics are coming whether you like it or not – so why not enjoy them?... Continue Reading

Sex Addiction 101: Is it a cop out or disease?

Is there really such thing as a sex addiction, or is it just a cop out for guys like Tiger Woods who cheat on their wives? ... Continue Reading

Nash 72: A take on student journalism in Canada

Guest writer Brady Tighe from the Vancouver Island University Navigator writes on his experience at the recent Canadian University Press conference.... Continue Reading

The Runner: still on a short leash

Why The Runner needs autonomy, and needs it now.... Continue Reading

Proroguing government: Is there a leader in the house?

Runner contributor Michael O’Morrow examines Canada’s current lack-of leadership... Continue Reading

Why are Kwantlen students not voting?

In the last year’s general election only 555 students cast ballots, that is from a student body of over 17,000. Are we too lazy to vote? Too uninformed? Too completely ignorant to the fact that the people we vote for spend our money?... Continue Reading

Dear Steve: In response to the launch of the iPad

Our Media Editor writes a letter to Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs regarding the newly announced iPad.... Continue Reading