In their second year trying out Canadian mixed doubles, Wilfrid Laurier curling alumna Kerilynn Mathers and fifth-year lead Fraser Reid were the first team on the waiting list. The pair played together during the Ontario Curling Association Mixed Doubles Challenge, where they made it to the quarter-finals in the event. By doing so, and with all of their other points […]
According to the Weather Network, hazardous winter conditions are expected in southwestern Ontario, including Kitchener-Waterloo. Snow, heavy at times, and blowing snow is expected tonight. The more intense snowfall is expected to develop this evening, with total snowfall amounts of 15 to 25 cm are likely by Wednesday morning. The Weather Network has said to consider postponing any non-essential travel […]
This week at NASH, the annual Canadian student journalism conference hosted by Canadian University Press, The Cord won two national awards. Photo Editor Will Huang and Creative Director Lena Yang were declared the winners for the first-ever Flash File 2 competition, which requires delegates to create a cover design in three hours with the story written from Flash File 1. […]
Wilfrid Laurier University has entered into a new partnership with the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom, allowing students to simultaneously complete a bachelor of arts degree and a law degree.
Improvements in voting for youth between 18-24 could create a big impact in the federal election
Features Editor Bethany Bowles asked upper-year students for advice to give to first-years
Engagement in student government elections fluctates at universities throughout the province