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Kyle Murray announced as the new dean of the Lazaridis School of Business and Economics

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On April 19, it was announced in a news release that behavioural scientist Kyle Murray had been appointed as the

BREAKING: Rich Uncle Tavern Announces Closure

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On April 26 at approximately 11 a.m., Rich Uncle Tavern announced on Instagram that they would be closing down permanently

The Laurier Community Mourns the passing of Anne Innis Dagg 

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Wilfrid Laurier University mourns the passing of Anne Innis Dagg, a zoologist, biologist and animal rights activist with connections to Laurier.

Athletics and recreation set to recieve increased funding in 2024-2025

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On Feb. 1, it was announced during the SU referendum question that with 70 per cent of the vote, additional

Golden Hawk Taye Donald’s reign of the 2023-2024 basketball season

Photo by: Mervin Joseph Jacob Photo by: Mervin Joseph Jacobs Laurier is no stranger to impressive student-athletes adorning the purple

Should Earth Day only be celebrated in April?

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Photo by: Haley Richards Earth day is celebrated annually on April 22 in support of environmental protection. Since 1970, it

Are the Ontario NDP’s TikToks effective?

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Youth voter turnout has been on the decline since the 1990s. Aside from 2015 and 2019, the first two times

Invincible season two is a treat for fans of the show

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Photo by Brit Kovacs On March 14, the second half of Invincible’s second season debuted on Amazon Prime. Fans waited

Editor’s Note: Closing out the year and reminiscing

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Image by: Haley Richards As the final issue of The Cord for the academic year comes to a close, I

How international films question and challenge North American perspectives

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Different cultures offer different approaches to life’s many questions. The Oscars’ international entries, including those that weren’t nominated, explore how

Rooster Teeth: The end of an era

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If you dated a man who played video games in the 2010s, you’ve probably heard of Rooster Teeth. Initially a

It’s the place to Gyubee

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You have heard of BBQ and KBBQ– now introducing JBBQ (Japanese Barbeque). Not sure as to why your writers have

Exploring Queerness in Adaline’s HYMNAL

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In a modern musical environment towered over by the prayers, confessionals, and love songs of figures like Sufjan Stevens and

Exchange students take on A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Stratford Upon-Avon

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PHOTO BY: BAILEY MCINTYRE On Feb. 28, a trip from the University of Birmingham to Stratford Upon-Avon for the English

Free food in good faith with P2C Laurier

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Over the past two months, Power to Change (P2C) Laurier has invited students to a weekly group meeting called “Alpha”

WILL looks back on a successful academic year

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It has been a remarkable year for Women in Leadership Laurier (WILL), marked by meaningful events and community engagement. PHOTO

Sometimes I Think About Dying: Introversion, ideation and the monotony of working a 9-5

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TW: This article discusses themes of suicide. “It’s hard, isn’t it? To be a person,” states the character of Isobel

The benefit of interdisciplinary study: What we can learn about metabolism from music and rats

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News Director Madalyn Mostacci explores a study detailing the role rodents can play when considering studies for metabolism. The Mozart

Fewer international study permits to be issued in 2024

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Federal government announces international student cap On Jan. 22 of this year, the federal government announced it would issue fewer

Students protest Lisa Bildy’s presentation on campus

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Editor’s Note: This article was updated on May 24, 2024.  On March 6 at 3:30 p.m., the Wilfrid Laurier Heterodox
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