Active KSA has started online registration for the Lynn Canyon Hike, a dragon boating lesson, and many other exciting summer events! Register early so you don't miss out! Visit www.kusa.ca/activeksa for more info!
The Kwantlen St. Farmers Market kicked off on Tuesday, May 9 from 12pm to 4pm at KPU Richmond! We'll be in our brand new location on the front steps of the Richmond Campus every Tuesday, so bring some cash and and come check us out!
Open Mic and Karaoke Night is back at the KSA GrassRoots Cafe on Thursday, June 29 from 6pm to 8pm! Come hear some of KPU's most talented musicians, slam poets, beat boxers, and stand up comedians while enjoying some great food and drink. Everyone is welcome! Come on down!
Social MediaTweets by @KSAcouncil
It's May‼️ Each month we feature a KSA Club of the Month. This month our featured club is the Japan Club. What is this club all about? Hear from the Club President.. "The club was first started to offer Japanese exchange students with support on a social level. Language and cultural barriers can sometimes make it difficult to make friends in a new place. The Kwantlen Japan Club is unique because our members and alumni often come from different programs and end up in different parts of the world. Our club is diverse because it offers a space for people with an interest in cultural exchange, but does not require members to have any prior knowledge or skills. While many of our members can either speak or are currently learning the Japanese language, this is by no means required. Other members have no plans to learn the language, but some of them develop an interest. Some of our members are also involved with the Japanese communities in the Greater Vancouver Area, so are able to present members who are interested in volunteering with opportunities. At the end of each semester, our club gets together for dinner and drinks. These events are a way for members to maintain friendships and unwind after working hard. Sometimes, these events double as end of the year or farewell parties. In Japan, end of the year parties, called bōnenkai, are common. The Japanese word for farewell party is sōbetsukai, and when we say goodbye to exchange students, this is the term we use to refer to the event. " Interested in this club? Join their Facebook Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/220284421409707/) or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org #KPUcampuslife #ClubOfTheMonth
Do you have a 2016/17 student agenda? The University has revised some of the academic dates for Spring and Summer 2017. Please visit kpu.ca for the new schedule. Sorry for the inconvenience!
Please let us know at email@example.com!