KSA elections cost students $18,000

Kwantlen’s KSA election costs students more than expected. ... Continue Reading

U-Pass delayed again

KSA now hoping that U-Pass will be available in the Fall.... Continue Reading

New faces at The Runner

New blood at The Runner. Come check us out.... Continue Reading

START volunteers selling cupcakes for Heart & Stroke

Kwantlen’s START volunteers hosted a cupcake sale on Richmond campus today. ... Continue Reading

KSA launches Positive Space campaign

Kwantlen Student Association’s Positive Space campaign launched Feb. 22.... Continue Reading

KSA Election 2011: The unofficial results

The results for the Kwantlen Student Association’s 2011 general election and Multipass referendum were unofficially released on Monday, Feb. 7. ... Continue Reading

KSA General Manager fired

Kwantlen Student Association General Manager Desmond Rodenbour was fired on Wed., Feb. 9. The decision was made by the KSA Council, who voted of 10-5 to terminate Rodenbour’s contract with cause.... Continue Reading

Environmental groups get ready to fight DFO appeal

Canadian environmental groups are vowing to fight a DFO Federal court court appeal.... Continue Reading

Ruling favors KSA over CFS-BC

The Canadian Federation of Students British Columbia (CFS-BC) lost their appeal to overturn a decision from their B.C. Supreme Court case against the Kwantlen Student Association dating back to January 2010.... Continue Reading

Egyptian rally for democracy at VPL

On Saturday Jan. 29, about 150 people turned out for a rally held in support of Egyptian protests for democracy.... Continue Reading

Supporters of Tunisian democracy turn out in Downtown Vancouver

About 60 protestors turned out in front of the Vancouver Public Library on Robson Street for Saturday’s demonstration in support of the toppling of Tunisia’s Ben Ali regime.... Continue Reading

Top Kwantlen news stories of 2010

Between catastrophic oil spills and icelandic volcanic eruptions, 2010 was a big year. The world came together this year, whether in its shared annoyance of Vuvuzela, or the collective celebration after the rescue of the Chilean miners. But the big news of the day wasn’t just reserved for the international press, our very own institute of higher learning also experienced many newsworthy events. This is the Runner’s list of top Kwantlen news stories of 2010: ... Continue Reading

Let them eat cake

The Kwantlen Student Association has been spending thousands of dollars celebrating birthdays but not all members have their birthday recognized. ... Continue Reading

Kwantlen students create signs for wine festival

Four Kwantlen trades students have put their class work to use after they manufactured 50 metal sign posts for Langley Rotary Club’s Annual Wine and Food Festival.... Continue Reading

December snowfall at Kwantlen

Parts of Metro Vancouver saw an early morning snowfall today. Environment Canada is forcasting a mix of sun and cloud until early next week with temperatures dipping to around 1 C for the high.... Continue Reading