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Constructing a weird war between majors isn’t constructive

It’s the eternal debate that continues to pop up every so often between SFU students: which is the superior degree? It’s not usually brought to the table in exactly that form. It’s more like rude comments about how stating the difficulty of writing excellent essays and keeping up with heavy reading for non-science courses is […]

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Please vote in BC’s elections, even if you hate everyone

As someone who had to be strong-armed into registering to vote in BC’S provincial general election this year by a coworker, maybe I’m not the best person to tell you to follow in our footsteps and be all active in your riding and whatever. But if you’re like me and you normally have too much […]

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The SFSS 2017 candidate endorsements

Editor’s Note: Candidate endorsements for elections are a norm both in student journalism and in the professional world: in the 2016 elections for the US president, at least 100 known American publications put their thoughts out there. Though this year’s IEC has asked student groups at SFU to refrain from endorsing candidates, The Peak is […]

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Four things you should avoid doing when dining out

Everyone needs food to survive. What you don’t need is to spend $30-plus on some small-portion piece of sustenance while being waited on hand and foot — this is a privilege, not a right. Yet, I find so many people who’ve always got something to criticize about their restaurant experience, despite having little insight on […]

This season, Gearey’s .313 batting average is second on the team, and she’s also second in on-base percentage.
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SFU’S CONFESSIONS

#1452 I’m fucking sick of midterm season. To all the profs who’ve gotten too tipsy off of palm bays to figure out maths: sober up and learn how to read a damn calendar! If you think the MIDdle of the term is week 3 then you do not have the math skills 2 be an […]

Brown, seen here in a recent outdoor meet, recently won the GNAC indoor championship in the triple jump event, one of a number of SFU athletes who finished first.

Ella Brown goes the distance for triple jump excellence

Going once, going twice, going three times — it’s a hop, skip, and a jump, and track star Ella Brown is one of SFU’s top connoisseurs and experts on the subject of the deviously difficult triple jump. Having come from the Okanagan a few years ago, Brown’s been a track and field enthusiast since grade […]

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Taxis need to stop suing and stop sucking

If there’s one big threat to a status quo, it’s the rise of competition that you can’t just sweep under the rug. When people see the holes in the way things are being run, it’s pretty much a given that somebody’s going to come out of the woodwork to try and take you down. Prime […]

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Take some Ls in your blame game with your prof

Success is a touchy subject, and this is only compounded when your gambles for success cost a few thousand dollars per year, followed by gross investments of time. It’s only natural for perceived obstacles to frustrate you — and when it comes to your less-successful courses at SFU, sometimes those obstacles appear to be the […]

CarolynYipDontTrustRateMyProfOpinion

Take some Ls in your blame game with your prof

Success is a touchy subject, and this is only compounded when your gambles for success cost a few thousand dollars per year, followed by gross investments of time. It’s only natural for perceived obstacles to frustrate you — and when it comes to your less-successful courses at SFU, sometimes those obstacles appear to be the […]

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