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The Runner Newspaper
KPU's student newspaper. We have served the KPU community as a freely-distributed, year-round news and culture publication since 2009.
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News: Experts and Politicians Discuss Whether Vancouver Should Become a Megacity
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 20
Opinion: To Improve our Transit System We’ve Got to Start with the Stops -- TransLink can better our collective transit experience by renovating their bus stops and exchanges
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 18
Culture: STICKY: A Post-It Note Art Show Makes Fine Art Accessible -- For this niche art exhibit, size does matter
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 18
Culture: Kwantlen Gaming Guild Hosts Sixth Annual Multiplayer Madness Event
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 17
Culture: KPU hosts Fifth Annual Symposium on Cyber Security and Digital Forensics -- Professionals from academia, law enforcement, and businesses discuss all things cybersecurity
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 15
Opinion: Pipeline Pressure Could Go From Bad To Worse After the Albertan Election -- Conservative leader Jason Kenney seeks to dismantle the little environmental progress Premier Rachel Notley has made
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 13
News: After Four Years, KPU’s Beekeeping Program is Still Buzzing Along -- According to instructor John Gibeau, it’s the only program in Canada that teaches students how to run their own bee farming business
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 12
Culture: Study Finds that People Attracted to DILFs Seek Emotional Stability in Partners -- A study by the ORGASM Research Lab reveals how the idea of DILFs came into being
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 12
Opinion: Don’t Automatically Use “Victim/Survivor” to Describe Women Who Have Been Assaulted -- The phrasing can affect how those who have undergone traumatic events perceive themselves and how they heal
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 11
News: Kwantlen Student Association Elects new Executives and President
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 10
Culture: Unlearning Anti-Blackness Workshop Helps Allies Learn and Self-Criticize -- The workshop was hosted by members of Black Lives Matter Vancouver
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 10
News: Predatory Journals Can Wreak Havoc a Student’s Wallet and Tarnish their Professional Reputation -- Publications that appear to be genuine academic journals may be swindling students
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 10
Culture: Documentary The Shadow of Gold Exposes How the New Wave of “Gold Fever” Affects Us All -- Vancouver International Film Center screens a documentary on the social impacts of gold mining
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 9
Culture: KPU Teams with SANSAD to Host Event Challenging Toxic Masculinity -- “We need to deal with it, understand it, and move away from it,” says SANSAD Board Director Chinmoy Banerjee
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 9
Opinion: Drawing Inspiration from Dungeons & Dragons Can Improve Your Creativity -- Basing tabletop games off of short stories can improve your adventures, and vice versa
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 8
Opinion: Don’t Take Living in Vancouver for Granted
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 8
Feature: Vancouver is Quickly Losing its Music Spaces -- Tapestry Music, which relocated 400 students since downsizing, is just one company that’s had to adjust to the city’s unaffordable retail costs
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 7
Culture: “I Am a Tandoori Chicken, Swallow Me With a Glass of Alcohol” Addresses Bollywood’s Objectification of Women
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 5
News: Kootenay MP Calls for the Elimination of Federal Student Loan Interest -- B.C. eliminated interest on provincial loans last month, but Wayne Stetski says it’s time to think nationwide
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The Runner Newspaper Apr 5
Culture: Voices of Muslim Women Amplified Through KPU Art Exhibit -- An installation at the KPU Surrey campus provided a platform for the women to tell their own stories
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