On March 15, the final chapter of SFU’s 50th Anniversary Speaker Series will be taking place at Segal Room 1400 at the Vancouver campus. The evening is titled In Conversation with Anne Giardini: Women, Power, and Tools for Change.
Giardini will be talking about her experiences as a lawyer, business executive, and community leader while discussing issues and stigmas surrounding the relationship women and power in North America.
The March edition of Reel Causes will be taking place this week on March 17, with the film Siddharth being screened alongside the photo exhibit Betrayed: Portraits of Strength.
Siddharth is based on the true story of an Indian man who travelled across India in pursuit of his lost son, and Betrayed is a photo exhibit about human trafficking. Tickets are $15 for regular members, $5 for premium members.
Double Trouble (Surrey and Vancouver)
Election fever will be sweeping the satellite campuses this week as an all-candidate debate will be taking place at both of the campuses, with Surrey’s on March 14 and Vancouver’s following two days later on March 16.
Come down to see both current executives and non-executives campaign for themselves and field questions from students, and get involved in the election leading up to the March 22–24 voting dates.