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SFU PEOPLE IN THE NEWS - September 22, 2010

September 22, 2010

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Media Matters, a report on SFU in the news, is distributed daily and compiled by SFU Public Affairs & Media Relations (PAMR).

RESEARCH

The concept for the Livable Laneways Street Event in Vancouver was inspired by the Second City project, developed by SFU students, reports the Vancouver Courierhttp://at.sfu.ca/FAJpEN

FACULTY/STAFF/STUDENTS

MALISSA SMITH, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

A Port Moody resident is asking the city for help to remove a large quantity of tar shingles that have washed up on the shores around Old Orchard Park, said The Tri-City Newshttp://at.sfu.ca/sgGHGn

RICHARD SMITH, COMMUNICATIONS

The social media world was abuzz yesterday with reports of Twitter getting hacked. CTV News interviewed SFU’s Richard Smith.

JOANNE CURRY, SFU SURREY CAMPUS

As part of its road show, the CBC-TV News team did a live broadcast yesterday at SFU’s Surrey campus at Central City. It visited a classroom and spoke with students, plus interviewed executive director Joanne Curry.

ATHLETICS

RUKY ABDULAI, SFU TRACK AND FIELD

Team Canada is threatening to withdraw from the Commonwealth Games, being held in India, after reports of the athletes’ village being described as “uninhabitable,” said The Vancouver Sunhttp://at.sfu.ca/vMEHWk

ALAN KOCH, SFU MEN’S SOCCER

The Clan holds a 5-0 exhibition record as it prepares to play its first game against an NCAA Division 2 opponent. http://at.sfu.ca/GhKjaB

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