KSA offers shelter to commuters

Student association approves $350,000 for new transit shelters.... Continue Reading
Eddie Van Halen's facemelting riffs more than made up for Diamond Dave's lack of sparkle. JACOB ZINN/THE RUNNER.

Van Halen leave on a high-note

It might be time for Diamond Dave to trade up his mic stand for a cane.... Continue Reading

Surrey Urban Screen changes the landscape of arts

Digital technology has changed how we share and experience images.... Continue Reading

Acoustic Guitar Festival brings masters to Kwantlen

The Fraser Valley Acoustic Guitar Festival hits Kwantlen this Friday.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen Sikh group seeks more support

Religious clubs at Kwantlen receive little support compared to other universities. ... Continue Reading
Nina Arsenault went under the knife over 60 times to achieve her feminine physique. Photo courtesy of David Hawe.

The Silicone Diaries offers a cutting gaze

Nina Arsenualt, star of the Silicone Diaries, talks identity, beauty and spirituality.... Continue Reading
His Girl Friday is one of many classic newspaper films being screened this weekend at Vancity Theatre. PHOTO COURTESY OF VANCITY THEATRE PRESS RELEASE.

Old flicks shine light on new issues in Stop The Presses!

Stop The Presses! runs from Jan. 27 to Feb. 2 at the Vancity Theatre... Continue Reading
The assortment of treats and toys at the Taboo Naughty But Nice sex show makes this gaggle of dildos and vibrators look as innocent as kittens and yarn. chrysaora/flickr

The secret sex-lives of Vancouverites

The annual Taboo sex show reveals our kinks and, of course, taboos.... Continue Reading

Hipster shit

What really is a hipster anyways?... Continue Reading

The Surreyalists’ Big Little Art Show steps outside the classroom

Surreyalists’ Big Little Art Show: Kwantlen artists selling their work.... Continue Reading

Tour de horror reveals real hauntings

Vancouver Trolley Company’s two-and-a-half-hour halloween trolley tour touches on the city’s bloody history.... Continue Reading

Fine Arts faculty tackles augmented reality in new installation

Kwantlen students explore 1950’s art with 2011 technology... Continue Reading
Boris fans were in a blue psych-haze on Tuesday, Oct. 11. KRISTI ALEXANDRA/THE RUNNER

Boris fails to capture Vancouver

A line-up of three freak-metal acts usually garners high expectations.... Continue Reading

Social justice space launched in Surrey

University gains a positive, physical space for Pride Kwantlen and student-run clubs; faculty feels elbowed out of its employee lounge.... Continue Reading
Industrial Organ by Amy Cheung

Local Eyes: Surrey Arts Centre's Arts 2011

Local artists from the Arts 2011 showcase share their art and philosophy with students.... Continue Reading