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Ciska Jans’ “The Aftermath” deals with her experience of being sexually assaulted by someone with genital herpes who passed it on to her. The work is featured in “Untitled,” an exhibit created by Bachelor of Fine Arts students at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Surrey. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Graduating KPU art students celebrate first in-person show in 2 years, in Surrey

‘Untitled’ exhibit features works by 8 artists at campus in Newton

 

Brian Nadjiwon studied at Kwantlen Polytechnic University prior to his death in 2020. (Contributed photo: KPU)

New KPU scholarship remembers Delta man who ‘couldn’t achieve his dream’ in geological sciences

Less than 2 years after his death, the Brian Nadjiwon Scholarship will support Indigenous students

 

KPU’s Surrey campus. (Now-Leader file photo)

Classes at KPU Surrey cancelled until 4 p.m. after ‘unfounded’ phone threat

Police say there was an ‘unspecified threat received’

 

With more than 37,000 deaths from COVID-19 in Canada, a new exhibit is coming to Kwantlen Polytechnic University to commemorate the pandemic and the thousands of seniors who died in long-term care. (Submitted photo: KPU)

KPU hosts ‘one of Canada’s first public commemorations of the pandemic’ in Surrey

‘COVID in the House of Old’ tells the story of 7 individuals in long-term care whose lives were altered

With more than 37,000 deaths from COVID-19 in Canada, a new exhibit is coming to Kwantlen Polytechnic University to commemorate the pandemic and the thousands of seniors who died in long-term care. (Submitted photo: KPU)
Artist Jim Adams pictured in 2017 in his home studio in White Rock. (File photo: Tom Zillich)

White Rock artist set to discuss work as part of Kwantlen talk

Jim Adams will be part of KPU Third Age Learning series in March

Artist Jim Adams pictured in 2017 in his home studio in White Rock. (File photo: Tom Zillich)
First World War soldier William James Taylor is profiled by his great-grandson, student Connor Mitchell, in the “KPU Remembers” project. This photo of Taylor is from the video Mitchell created to tell the story of his ancestor’s last battle at Mount Sorrel, Ypres, in 1916.

VIDEO: Students’ ‘KPU Remembers’ website shows First World War experiences of Canadian soldiers

In time for Remembrance Day, written reports and ‘excellent’ videos posted to website, instructor says

First World War soldier William James Taylor is profiled by his great-grandson, student Connor Mitchell, in the “KPU Remembers” project. This photo of Taylor is from the video Mitchell created to tell the story of his ancestor’s last battle at Mount Sorrel, Ypres, in 1916.
Jean Garnett in her home in Steveston. (Photo: Eseosa Eweka-Valentine)

A talk about TALK: Meet Jean Garnett, a face of Third Age Learning at Kwantlen

‘What I get out of volunteering in terms of learning new things, meeting new people, and the satisfaction of a job well done, more than outweighs the time and effort I put in’

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Jean Garnett in her home in Steveston. (Photo: Eseosa Eweka-Valentine)
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For 50+ adults, Surrey’s fall ‘TALK’ subjects focus on policing, artist Monet and more

The courses are ‘ideal’ for retirees who want to continue learning

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George and Sylvia Melville have made an historic $8-million donation to Kwantlen Polytechnic University, which has resulted in a name change for its business school. (Photo: KPU)
George and Sylvia Melville have made an historic $8-million donation to Kwantlen Polytechnic University, which has resulted in a name change for its business school. (Photo: KPU)
Kylie Haywood, the creator behind Pete Jeans, with one of her latest designs. She has been thrifting and painting jeans and selling them through her Instagram account, @kphjeans. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

Surrey fashion-marketing student’s painted jeans project yields ‘insane’ response

Kylie Haywood, 18, started painting and posting jeans during the COVID-19 pandemic

Kylie Haywood, the creator behind Pete Jeans, with one of her latest designs. She has been thrifting and painting jeans and selling them through her Instagram account, @kphjeans. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
KPU’s Surrey campus. (Now-Leader file photo)

Surrey KPU campus home to new agricultural research centre

Team has worked with companies to ‘help identify bacteria in cows that may lead to health issues’

KPU’s Surrey campus. (Now-Leader file photo)
Kim Baird (left), KPU’s third Chancellor, is fitted for new regalia by designer Sam Stringer. The sleeves feature traditional cedar weaving created by a Tsawwassen First Nation artist. (Photo: flickr.com/photos/kpunews)

PHOTOS: Coast Salish inspiration for new regalia worn by incoming KPU chancellor Baird

‘We wanted to make the regalia look a bit more modern,’ designer Sam Stringer says

Kim Baird (left), KPU’s third Chancellor, is fitted for new regalia by designer Sam Stringer. The sleeves feature traditional cedar weaving created by a Tsawwassen First Nation artist. (Photo: flickr.com/photos/kpunews)
Much of the course work will be offered online for Trinity Western University and Kwantlen Polytechnic University when classes resume next month, with the exception of some programs that will require students, at times, to complete in-class practical work. (Kwantlen Polytechnic University photo)

Fraser Valley universities talk September school start

Masks will be required when physical distance is not an option at TWU and KPU

Much of the course work will be offered online for Trinity Western University and Kwantlen Polytechnic University when classes resume next month, with the exception of some programs that will require students, at times, to complete in-class practical work. (Kwantlen Polytechnic University photo)
South Surrey’s Harriet Ronaghan has been honoured by Kwantlen Polytechnic University. (KPU photo)

South Surrey crash victim honoured by KPU for ‘determination and strength’

Elgin Park Secondary graduate wrote book detailing recovery from 2007 car crash

South Surrey’s Harriet Ronaghan has been honoured by Kwantlen Polytechnic University. (KPU photo)
Image from KPU’s “Tribute to the Spring Class of 2020” video.

Video tribute to KPU’s spring grad class also honours Andrew Petter, Bill Wright

‘We still want to celebrate our graduates, their achievements, and their resilience’

Image from KPU’s “Tribute to the Spring Class of 2020” video.
Nursing students from Lower Mainland universities are volunteering to help health care workers during the pandemic with para-clinical tasks that can include filing paperwork to grocery shopping or childcare. Students from KPU, BCIT, UBC, Douglas College, Langara and Trinity Western University have signed up to help. (Sadaf Fahim/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Lower Mainland nursing students match volunteers with health-care workers

KPU, UBC, BCIT and Douglas College nursing students form COVID response team

Nursing students from Lower Mainland universities are volunteering to help health care workers during the pandemic with para-clinical tasks that can include filing paperwork to grocery shopping or childcare. Students from KPU, BCIT, UBC, Douglas College, Langara and Trinity Western University have signed up to help. (Sadaf Fahim/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) in Cloverdale. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) in Cloverdale. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Kwantlen Polytechnic University. (file photo)

Kwantlen Polytechnic University moves to deliver summer classes remotely

The post secondary institution announced all classes, apart from select trades, will move online

Kwantlen Polytechnic University. (file photo)
KPU to sanitize surfaces in bid to ward off coronavirus transmission

KPU to sanitize surfaces in bid to ward off coronavirus transmission

Overseas travel to some countries has also been stopped

KPU to sanitize surfaces in bid to ward off coronavirus transmission
Cloverdale Library will host a free teen writing workshop on Wednesday, Dec. 19. (Gift Habeshaw / Unsplash)

Teen writing workshop planned for Cloverdale Library

Free workshop part of library’s teen writing program

Cloverdale Library will host a free teen writing workshop on Wednesday, Dec. 19. (Gift Habeshaw / Unsplash)