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  • Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here February 11, 2016
    A literary project addressing issues of attacks on shared cultural spaces and censorship, as well as standing in solidarity with the Iraqi people and their cultural communities.

  • People Profile: Tammy Theis, GLS Student and History Staff Member February 04, 2016
    Vancouver's first professional b-girl, GLS student and History staff member, Tammy Theis has been a lifeguard, break-dancer, recording artist, and actress in community theatre.

  • Tracey Friesen, MA, Graduate Liberal Studies October 19, 2015
    Meet Tracey Friesen, Masters in Graduate Liberal Studies, Programming Director at Roundhouse and Storytelling Game changer.

  • Arts Convocation includes Juno winner Shad June 15, 2011
    This afternoon’s convocation ceremonies is the first of three ceremonies for graduates from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Today’s graduate students were from the Department of History and the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies.

  • Shadrach Kabango: Juno award winner and SFU grad student April 01, 2011
    Congratulations to Shadrach Kabango (Shad) for winning a Juno, Canada’s top musical award, for Best Rap Recording of the year for his album TSOL.

Recent Blog Posts

  • Planning for Sea Level Rise Seminar October 20, 2017
    John Englander, Oceanographer, Consultant, and Leading Expert on Sea Level Rise, will be visiting SFU Burnaby on November 8, 2017. This event is open to anyone in the SFU community.

  • External Award: Scotiabank and yconic Scholarships October 20, 2017
    Scotiabank and yconic are partnering to offer a variety of scholarships for Canadian and international students.

  • Job Posting: Research Data Peer for "R" October 20, 2017
    The Research Data Peer for ‘R’ is a paid position with the Research Commons at SFU Burnaby, to develop ‘R’ support services of particular interest to SFU graduate students in a variety of disciplines. Apply by October 27, 2017.

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