Curtis Seufert

June 23, 2022

Sacred skin: Exhibition showcases stories and significance behind Indigenous tattooing

SFU and Full Circle are hosting the sacred skin exhibition, a showcase that highlights the work of seven Indigenous tattoo artists from across the continent.

June 21, 2022

Paving the way with community: Burnaby’s student-led ‘reconciliation crosswalk’ unveiled

Students from Westridge Elementary in North Burnaby have led the effort to install the crosswalk after learning about Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 Calls to Action in class.

June 14, 2022

Dungeons and Worry Dragons: How the popular roleplaying game takes on a therapy lens at SFU

A longtime Dungeons and Dragons fan has found success running a therapeutic version of the game for SFU students with social anxiety.

June 7, 2022

Burnaby and Surrey students aim sky-high for international CanSat building competition

The high schoolers won their category in Canada's national meetup outside of Lethbridge, Alta., in April, which means they're headed to Italy for an international competition later this month.

June 3, 2022

Cariboo Heights is headed for environmental protection, but some are pushing for even more

Council and community volunteers want a closer look at forest areas with less legal protection.

June 1, 2022

‘No judging, no questions asked’: Burnaby’s Ryan’s Rainbow is a food charity that fills plates and hearts

The food organization already hands out more than 200 food hampers every week, but they'll often go a step further for the community they serve.