Andreas Patsiaouros

Andreas Patsiaouros

Articles by Andreas Patsiaouros

Photo by Andreas Patsiaouros

Kickstarting the football season 2016-17

by Andreas Patsiaouros· · Photo ·
Mastering the first date

Mastering the first date

Dates can be an exciting time to get to know your possible significant other, but the fear of rejection can sometimes be overwhelming.

by Andreas Patsiaouros· · Arts and Life, Life, Slider ·
Holding in an outburst

Holding in an outburst

The ‘explosive’ consequences of locking up emotions

by Andreas Patsiaouros· · Opinion ·
The good, the bad and the Mockingjay

The good, the bad and the Mockingjay

Photo Editor Andreas Patsiaouros and Visual Director Lena Yang comment on the final chapter of The Hunger Games film series.

by Andreas Patsiaouros· · Arts ·
Graphic by Fani Hsieh

New flavours are in poor taste

An unnecessary variety of flavour options are taking away the enjoyment of original snacks

by Andreas Patsiaouros· · Opinion ·

Wilfrid Laurier Homecoming 2015

by Andreas Patsiaouros· · Archive ·
Photo by Andreas Patsiaouros

Combating the bystander effect in racist encounters

Why we must stand up for what we believe in during confrontation

by Andreas Patsiaouros· · Opinion ·
Hespelerwood and Franco Fever

Hespelerwood and Franco Fever

Let’s call it “Franco Fever,” and it’s hit a community where residents feel next to nothing exciting ever happens. Yes, James Franco himself came to the tri-city area to film his newest project — a Stephen King mini series called “11/22/63” this past month. Locals were thrilled to see production crews transform downtown Hespeler into an urban 1950’s set. Of […]

by Andreas Patsiaouros· · Arts ·
‘Gay’ is just in our heads

‘Gay’ is just in our heads

Many of us are under the assumption that when someone is born they are automatically straight. Only by the process of “coming out” can we learn the true nature of someone’s sexual orientation, so discreetly tucked away in the darkest corner of their closet. “Coming out” is something most gay people will eventually go through and as someone who has […]

by Andreas Patsiaouros· · Opinion ·