How to Cut Your Own Hair While Socially Distancing

Whoever decided hairdressers aren’t essential workers never had to suffer through an unintentional mullet. The first person I see after this is over will be my hairdresser, so I understand if some of you are itching to give yourself a new ‘do. But before you run to your kitchen and grab those scissors, consider these... Continue Reading

Keep Your Distance, But Make Sure to Keep Your Sanity Too

People everywhere are going through a whole range of situations and emotions during quarantine. Social media is telling many of us to use this time wisely, leaving people with insecurities about how they are handling the COVID-19 crisis. As a person with disabilities who has battled with a great deal of anxiety and depression, I... Continue Reading

Letter to the Editor: KPU staff and faculty should treat students better

I have been at Kwantlen Polytechnic University off and on for four years, and I have noticed a trend of students not just being affected by the stress of their course load, but also by the treatment they receive from some faculty and staff. This ranges from staff giving incorrect information and poor communication from... Continue Reading

KPU Disability Services Are Confidential, Free, and More Accessible Than You Might Think

As a student with a disability, it’s always a challenge to figure out what your rights are in a school setting. It’s also not always clear what types of support you can find, as each institution offers something different. The accessibility services department is there to help students with disabilities navigate the different challenges that... Continue Reading