Amy Grief

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EDM superstar Avicii takes the stage at Rev

Last Thursday night Sweden’s EDM golden boy, Tim Bergling, known more commonly as Avicii, graced the stage at Waterloo’s Revolution Night Club, after his Sept. 9 show was postponed due to scheduling conflicts. A notably smaller crowd than the thousands that were anticipated during Orientation Week, the neon-clad audience, paying an upwards of $70 per ticket, was determined to get […]

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Dancing through life, down at the AC

Dancing through life, down at the AC

A new school year means a fresh start and an optimistic attitude towards your workout regime. The Athletic Complex offers many fitness classes and activities as an alternative to simply exercising at the gym. From recreational classes that run through the AC, to Laurier’s Competitive Dance Team, there’s something for dancers of all skill levels looking to infuse a little […]

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Steven Page ‘bares’ his soul at O-Week

Steven Page ‘bares’ his soul at O-Week

As part of Laurier’s Orientation Week event roster, former Barenaked Ladies front man Steven Page spoke quite candidly about his mental health in an attempt to put a face of normalcy on the negative stigma associated with mental illness. “We can live regular lives and productive lives while coping with our mental illness or our mental health challenges,” said Page. […]

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First years rock out on campus

The annual Orientation Week (O-Week) tradition, On Campus Celebration 2012 brought a slew of Canadian musical talent to campus. Taking advantage of the various available performance venues on campus, this year’s party provided something for fans of all popular music genres. Unlike last year, the entire event took place in a single area of campus. “We used the TA, the […]

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