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SFU Snap 2.0: The Latest and Greatest Features

Written by: Tiffany Chang, Peak Associate Illustrated by:Momo Lin The SFU Snap app everyone downloads as first-years is great, but what if we had a newer...

The Tartan Contributors (Issue 2)

NON-FICTION Tamara Connor (Culture of Detachment) is a fourth year Political Science student. When she isn't writing up a storm, Tamara can be found with...

Sea lice are getting local sockeye down

A study led by SFU researchers has found that sea lice infections are more common among juvenile sockeye salmon than previously thought, and infections...

Evolution can be a pain in the back

Recent research from SFU archaeologists suggests that back pain is linked to walking upright on two legs. The findings show that some people with vertebrae...

Next semester will be different

Well it looks like you made it, you’re almost all of the way through. Another semester under your belt, your parents couldn’t be prouder of you. All finals are done, the...

I think someone hid raptor eggs for the kids instead of the store-bought eggs...

Good work, team! That’s an official wrap on another Burnaby Heights Neighbourhood Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt. This event wouldn’t have been nearly as successful...

Actual Interviews with Actual People: Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, the Wizard

A self-described wizard and founder of the neopagan religious movement the Church of All Worlds, Oberon Zell-Ravenheart has been involved with neopaganism since its...

How your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations appropriate my culture

When you think of cultures that have faced adversity throughout history, the Irish are frequently overlooked. Whether it’s British home rule up until the...

Researchers map genes to better treat cancer

Cancer cells of the same kind may not look the same for all patients, according to new research coming out of SFU. Steven Jones, an...

Americans condemn Human Rights Watch for publishing profanely-titled report

International research and advocacy group Human Rights Watch has come under fire for its most recent report: a 350-page document on the treatment of...