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SFSS turns Highland Pub into marijuana dispensary

In an effort to curb the constant money hemorrhaging of the Highland Pub, the Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS) has decided to turn it into the City of Burnaby’s and SFU’s first marijuana dispensary. “It’s a great idea. I don’t know why they didn’t do it sooner,” said Brendan Bunkis, a first-year business student. “Finally, […]

So far this season, Liem has six wins, along with a 2.34 GAA and a .917 save percentage.

A journey with hockey leads back home for Jordan Liem

Being a goalie in hockey poses some unique challenges. If you have a good game, you can single-handedly win it for you and your teammates. Have an off night, however, and you risk letting everyone down. Throughout his SFU career, Jordan Liem has been a model of consistency. The third-year goalie from New Westminster has […]

Jones (far left) with the 2012–13 women’s wrestling team that took home the  WCWA Championship and the WCWA Duals title.

Mike Jones retiring as head coach of women’s wrestling

For the first time in a long time, there will be a new face coaching SFU women’s wrestling. After more than 40 years at SFU, head coach Mike Jones has announced his retirement. In his bio on the BC Sports Hall of Fame website, Jones is regarded as “not only as Canada’s greatest wrestling coach […]

Mallory Velte (left) won her second straight national championship in the 143 pound division.

SFU women’s wrestling come second at 2017 WCWA National Championships

It was another successful year for SFU women’s wrestling. The team had two national champions in Mallory Velte and Payten Smith, and three other top three finishes in Dominique Parrish, Nicole Depa, and Abby Lloyd, with Francesca Giorgio finishing fourth. As a whole, the team finished second in the standings. “The girls wrestled really, really […]

Ellen Kett had 15 points and eight assists in 35 minutes of action. The win sets up a big contest against Western Washington on Tuesday.

Women’s basketball defeat Seattle Pacific 72–60

Since their last game earlier this year, both Simon Fraser’s and Seattle Pacific’s seasons have taken very different paths. In that game, the Clan was able to defeat the Falcons after a comeback fourth quarter. The win left SFU with a 7–1 conference record, and SPU with a 5–2 record, just behind them. Since that […]

SFU is now 15-3-2 on the season, good enough for first place in the BCIHL.

SFU hockey win 3–1 over Selkirk College

A third game in as many nights is a daunting task, but that’s what SFU faced when they played Selkirk College on Saturday night. Winning the previous two games against Trinity Western and Eastern Washington, a win would see the Clan go for perfect in this difficult stretch, and extend their lead on top of […]

Gibson this season has broken numerous SFU records, including a school record in the 200-yard backstroke.

Jessie Gibson rewriting the SFU record books

It’s been a remarkable season so far for Jessie Gibson. Hailing from Abbotsford, Gibson has stepped onto SFU’s swimming team and put in impressive or record-setting performances in nearly every meet this season. Only a freshman, she’s forgone the usual adjustment period and become one of SFU’s key contributors. “I had been talking to Coach […]

Iziah Sherman-Newsome had 13 points and nine rebounds in 33 minutes of action.

Men’s basketball lose 77–64 to Alaska Fairbanks

Thursday night’s game against the University of Alaska Fairbanks shared a few similarities with the previous encounter. In both games SFU held a halftime lead — a much larger one in the first game — and in both games the Clan weren’t able to win. After leading 35–31 heading into the second half, SFU was […]

With just over a month to go until nationals, the upcoming meet will serve as a good warm up for Clan swimmers.

SFU swimming lose to Seattle University in Dual Meet

The SFU swim team is back home after a self-described “pretty rough” meet by head coach Liam Donnelly against Seattle University. The Clan ended up losing 119–84 on the women’s side, while the men lost 138–65. “It was a rough meet for us for sure,” said Donnelly. “That being said we had some good performances. […]

Kedar Wright (#11, seen here in action earlier this season) led SFU in scoring with 15 points.

SFU lose 100–56 to Western Washington

The losing streak continues for SFU men’s basketball. On the road to Western Washington, just a short drive over the border in Bellingham, the Clan fell 100–56 to the Vikings. It is the team’s largest loss this season, and the deficit — 44— is the largest since they lost by 44 on January 26 of […]

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