Kwantlen students participate in Peace discussions with Governor General

Nine Kwantlen students were invited by the Governor General of Canada, Michaelle Jean along with the Vancouver Organizing Committee to participate in a youth forum to discuss what has been a tradition of the game for many centuries – peace.... Continue Reading

My Life: Outsourced

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have your very own personal assistant? I’ve always wanted to have someone take on the many tasks that I can never find the time to do: working on my website, booking my appointments, and doing my dry cleaning. It seems that the more immersed in the real world I become, the less time I have to get these sort of things done. Sometimes I go for weeks without being able to get small simple tasks done. Quite honestly, between working three jobs, going to school and still trying to have a social life, there isn’t enough time in the day to be me. Maybe you can relate.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen a first in North America

By Kassandra Linklater [News Editor] On Friday Oct. 16, Kwantlen launched their grand opening of Institute for Sustainable Horticulture (ISH). The event’s honoured guests included Langley MLA Mary Polak and Langley Major Peter Fassbender. Guests also had the opportunity to hear special guest speaker Mike Harcourt speak on sustainable communities in his capacity as Associate... Continue Reading

Kwantlen’s green efforts among best in B.C.

Kwantlen has been implementing programs, updating their bathrooms, and putting money into research to become a greener institution. The latest success in their quest to be greener is the grand opening of the Institute for Sustainable Horticulture’s research building.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen enrolment increases: but for how long?

Kwantlen has seen a strong rise in enrolment over the fall semester this year. Kwantlen officials claim to have seen an increase of nearly 5-10 per cent in all of their program areas, surpassing all the enrolment growth of other post secondary institution in B.C.... Continue Reading

Despite referundum results, Social Justice fund axed

Citing chronic underfunding of the Social Justice liaisons and programs, Students with Disabilities Liaison Ken McIntyre resigned from his post following the KSA council meeting on Oct. 6.... Continue Reading

Extreme yard makeover

Kwantlen horticulture students renovate house... Continue Reading

H1N1 at Kwantlen

Kwantlen has been gearing up their plans to prevent the spread of the H1N1 virus on campus in case of a major outbreak in the near future. The H1N1 virus has been at the centre of media controversy and has officially been declared as a world pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO).... Continue Reading

Journalism joins Faculty of Social Sciences

Kwantlen’s Journalism program is abuzz with news it will be moving to the Faculty of Social Sciences and possibly Kwantlen’s Surrey campus in the near future. The move comes as Kwantlen attempts to bolster its Bachelor of Arts programs by streamlining access to third and fourth year classes for BA students.... Continue Reading