KPU in the News - December 15, 2014

This report is a modified summary of Kwantlen Polytechnic University's media coverage for the week of December 15, 2014. For more KPU news, visit:

Should young students be working for free? Two people from KPU weigh in on the topic - KPU's journalism department chair Beverley Sinclair, and university media specialist and KPU alumna Hayley Woodin.
    - Read the story here.

KPU has teamed up with the Squamish First Nation on a new community-based trades training program.
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This December, KPU's Wilson School of Design previewed the 39 stunning lines to be featured at the 2015 Fashion Show, hosted annually at the River Rock in Richmond. The largest student-run fashion show in B.C., the runway event attracts hundreds of industry representatives, faculty, students and community members.
   - Read the story here.

A KPU alumnus was awarded close to $4,500 to launch the Green Seeds Impact! Program, which uses original songs to raise awareness of sustainability and environmental issues.
   - Read the story here.