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What does the Iran nuclear deal mean for Iran, the Middle East and the world?
We can’t protect life in a vacuum. The Iran nuclear deal offers Iran the hope of normalizing its economy and opening relations with the world.
Oct 7th, 2015
SFU Woodwards transports audiences with Hidden Pasts, Digital Futures Festival
A brave new world co-created by the National Film Board of Canada’s award-winning Digital Studio in Vancouver and internationally acclaimed artist Stan Douglas.
Sep 22nd, 2015
SFU Celebrates its 50 Year Anniversary and Reflects on a Legacy of Engagement
In five short decades, SFU has grown from 'radical roots' to become Canada’s 'Engaged University.'
Sep 9th, 2015
You'll love what these seniors are planning
There may be a lot more grey hairs in classrooms in coming years as a generation of boomers are seeking to pursue lifelong learning through Simon Fraser University’s Continuing Studies and other...
Aug 21st, 2015
SFU alumni engaging with Downtown Eastside Neighbourhoods
Simon Fraser University alumni Landon Hoyt and Wes Regan are helping reinvent how business associations operate in the downtown core.
Aug 13th, 2015
University Hill hosts Lower Mainland West Regional debate
University Hill Secondary Grade 12 student Sarah Tang says debate is one of the most important things she learned while attending secondary school. "I believe you must do something that your future...
Feb 11th, 2015
Killarney is Becoming the Silicon Valley of the VSB
It’s December 11 and clusters of students are hunched over their computers in one of Killarney Secondary’s computer labs working on a coding assignment. They’re part of the school’s Programming...
Jan 14th, 2015
Van Tech Volleyball Team Hasn't Lost a Game in Three Seasons
Lewis Chifan is the coach of Van Tech’s Grade 10 girls volleyball team that for the past three seasons hasn’t lost a game in their Vancouver city league. Not a regular season game, a playoff match or...
Dec 11th, 2014
Making Math a Hands-on Experience: Building Model Cranes at Templeton STEM Program
As a part of the Templeton Secondary School’s STEM Program, Grade 11 and 12 students recently designed, drafted, built and tested load-bearing model cranes. Looking not unlike a steampunk skyline,...
Nov 27th, 2014
Point Grey Mini Teacher Awarded Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching
Award winning teacher John Procyk with Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Oct 30th, 2014