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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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The Runner Newspaper 5h
Indigenous Voices at KPU Respond to Arrests Made in Wet’suwet’en Territory -- The university administration declined to comment on the RCMP’s arrest of 14 people during the dismantling of a Gidimt’en checkpoint
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The Runner Newspaper Jan 17
Slamapalooza Poetry Team Welcomes New Leadership in 2019 -- “We have so much potential here,” says incoming host Chelsea Franz
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The Runner Newspaper Jan 15
OPINION: Mental Health First Aid Kits Have the Power to Help Students -- The University of Waterloo’s PASS Kit Should be Implemented at KPU
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The Runner Newspaper Jan 14
OPINION: In the Internet Age, Information, Political Discourse, and Memes Can Become Interchangeable -- Without careful management, we may never properly comprehend what we consume
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The Runner Newspaper Jan 12
OPINION: The B.C. Government’s Plan for Electric Vehicles is Unattainable -- Despite an additional $20 million contribution, the province’s goal for all light-duty vehicles to be zero-emission by 2040 is not realistic
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 31
Staff Picks: The Best of 2018 -- Here’s what The Runner staff loved from this year
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 23
OPINION: KPU Should Start Offering Courses on Personal Financing -- Basic financial literacy rates in university are alarmingly low, but students have shown that they want to learn how to balance a budget
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 21
Rabbitats Provides Abandoned Bunnies with a New Home -- A huge population of rabbits in the Lower Mainland is creating the need for more sanctuaries
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 18
Secondary Consultations on Trans Mountain Expansion Project to Rely on Indigenous Perspectives -- Members of First Nations from the Pacific Northwest weigh in on the pipeline expansion and upcoming government consultations
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 18
OPINION: Virtual Reality Gaming is an Alternative For Traditional Exercise -- Becoming a musical Jedi has helped keep me fit
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 16
Christmas Glow Returns to Langley For Another Year -- Visitors can enjoy a light show, a Christmas market, and family-friendly fun
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 16
From the Editor: Independent newspapers and magazines are in a pinch; here’s why you should care
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 13
Joseph Thorpe Elected New President of the KSA -- Thorpe replaces Caitlin McCutchen, who resigned at the end of November
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 12
Former Youth in Care Make Good Use of B.C.’s Tuition Waiver Program -- At KPU and other colleges and universities in the province, ex foster kids have their tuition paid for by the Ministry for Advanced Education
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 11
OPINION: 7:00 AM Classes Are a Bad Idea -- After proposing the idea to students and faculty, KPU was met with backlash
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 11
KPU Psychology Instructor Lectures on the Virtues of the Scientific Method -- The presentation focused on the use of skepticism to help inform ourselves
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 10
Afterthought: Canadian Journalists Face a Dilemma About Accepting Government Subsidies -- Journalists are divided on whether the government’s proposed $595 million tax break will help or hinder the industry
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 10
Going Global: Brexit Negotiations Remain a Mess -- Theresa May has no bargaining power against the EU
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 8
Winter Get Together Offers Students a Chance to Celebrate on Campus -- Games, a hot meal, and opportunities to make new friends were offered through the event
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The Runner Newspaper Dec 8
OPINION: The Quebec Student Strike Against Unpaid Work Is Long Overdue -- More than 50,000 students are on strike to protest practicum requirements of up to 800 hours of unpaid work
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