SFU in the News

September 07, 2016

Below is your daily copy of Media Matters. 
Provided by University Communications, Media Matters is a snapshot of Simon Fraser University in the news as of Wednesday, Sept 7, 2016.

SFU in the News

APTN’s Wild Archaeology entertains and educates
MyInforms.Com - September 07, 2016
SFU archaeology professor Rudy Reimer hosts Wild Archaeology on APTN.

5 must-do SFU campus traditions
Vancouver - Daily Hive - September 06, 2016
Daily Hive lists top five SFU campus traditions

Where to eat at SFU for under $10
Vancouver - Daily Hive - September 06, 2016
Daily Hive lists SFU eateries.

More resources needed for IIO's future, retiring chief says
Vancouver Sun - September 06, 2016
The outgoing head of the Independent Investigations Office of B.C. will be taking up an academic position in the Ph.D. program of SFU’s department of criminology.

Fraser Health’s Sehat program catching on
The Link - September 07, 2016
SFU co-op student Roman Bhangoo supports Surrey as a wellness ambassador.

TRU grad wins cash for fish studies
Kamloops This Week - September 06, 2016
SFU biological sciences master’s student Colin Bailey receives a scholarship for research on steelhead and salmon.

Yoga-wear maker steps onto the mat in Lululemon-land
The Globe and Mail - September 07, 2016
SFU alumna Leah Emmett starts her own clothing company Inner Fire Apparel.

SFU Experts in the News

The Battle of Ballantyne Pier
The Tyee - September 07, 2016
SFU Morgan Centre for Labour Studies researcher Dale McCartney writes about the Battle of Ballantyne Pier.

Arts & Culture

City of Vancouver announces finalists for 2016 Book Award
The Georgia Straight - September 06, 2016
The Revolving City: 51 Poems and the Stories Behind Them will be presented at SFU’s monthly Lunch Poem series. This story also appeared in Metro News and Vancouver Observer.