Cover Story:

They're the Tops

They are SFU’s highest achievers. Our best and brightest, honoured as recipients of the Gordon M. Shrum gold medal and the Government of Canada’s Governor General (GG) gold and silver medals.


In every issue

  • Mountain High

    A unique web site, A Journey to a New Land, about the settling of the New World, has drawn more than two million hits and won four major awards. Now a partner site, A Journey into Time Immemorial, will feature a First Nations' perspective. The site is a partnership between SFU, the Xa:ytem Interpretive Centre, and the Squamish Nation.
  • Book Takes

    Historian and alumna Julia P. Gelardi says she researched much of Born to Rule at the SFU library while she lived in Coquitlam. But she also visited Windsor to view unpublished material and photographs from the Royal Photograph Collection in Windsor Castle, Geneva to meet with King Michael of Romania, London to meet with Crown Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia, and Buckinghamshire to meet with the daughter of Queen Sophie of Greece, as well as libraries in Europe and the United States.
  • Who's News?

    New Vancouver mayor Sam Sullivan is passionate about Vancouver and his new job. He sees the mayor’s office as a continuation of his long record of public service that includes years of working with non-profit community organizations and 12 years as a Vancouver city councillor.
  • Alumni Watching

    Distinguished alumni award winner Daphne Bramham (MALS'99) rakes in the newspaper biz honours. The Vancouver Sun columnist is named Commentator of the Year at the Jack Webster Foundation Awards and wins in the columnist category at the National Newspaper Awards.
April 2006 issue cover