Independent Kwantlen group focuses on environmental action at the community level.
Smarten Up at Kwantlen draw could mean a free car for a student.
Canada’s first national sport is coming to Kwantlen this fall.
Plenty of questions remain surrounding Bali’s banning.
This fall, Kwantlen’s long-awaited version of the U-Pass will finally be in student’s hands.
Matt Law gives you the run-down on three essential summer reads with a little humour.
The long-awaited vote on the controversial HST will begin June 13 (delayed by the Canada Post lockout).
Since time began man has disagreed over … things. The Runner’s latest YAY/NAY examines the HST.
Since former premier Bill Vander Zalm started his crusade against the Harmonized Sales tax, B.C. has seen a grass roots political movement that has been desperately needed in this country.
We at the Runner would like to extend a warm welcome back to Kwantlen for the Fall 2010 semester. Three of us are new around here and we had a lot of fun getting to know the ins and outs of the paper this summer. Now that school’s back in we’d all like to get to know some of you as well. Here’s a bit about us and feel free to drop by the office and we can all get to know each other a little better.
Zesty Greek Chicken recipe courtesy of: Matt Law’s Li’l Kitchen
Students returning to Kwantlen Polytechnic University in the fall can expect to be hit by yet another parking fee increase.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University is the only Canadian university to be named as a 2010 Progressive Employer of Canada.
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.