Garrison Oosterhof

Garrison Oosterhof

Garrison is returning for a second year with the Cord. Last year Garrison was Video Editor and this year he has moved into the management position of Web Director. Garrison has a passion for building a positive user experience and delivering information efficiently and creatively.

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Editors note: On choosing sides

Editors note: On choosing sides

One of the first editorials I ever wrote for The Cord was titled “Having an opinion as a friend and a journalist.” This article featured the typical fare of run-of-the-mill journalist jargon, where one projects accountability onto all other parties but themselves. From the standpoint of a journalist, I don’t think there is anything wrong with this. I think being […]

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Men’s hockey continues strong start by beating York

  Wilfrid Laurier University’s men’s hockey team is off to a strong start this season with a big win last Thursday against York Lions. The 6-2 win over the Lions is an example of the team’s offensive strength. Defensively, goaltender Colin Furlong stood on his head to keep the Golden Hawks ahead despite being outshot 33 to 24. York came […]

by Garrison Oosterhof· · 0 comments · Hockey, Sports ·
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An unfortunate end to an exciting season

  The Wilfrid Laurier University men’s varsity soccer season came to an unfortunate conclusion this Sunday.  In a match that determined whether or not they would continue into the postseason, the Hawks tied with Brock Badgers 0-0 despite creating scoring chances up until the final whistle.  The audience at University Stadium could hardly go a few minutes without a cheer or exclamation – and rightfully so. The box score was littered with four yellow cards and […]

by Garrison Oosterhof· · 0 comments · Sports ·
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Golden Hawks make a fast start to the season

  The Wilfrid Laurier University men’s varsity hockey team had a great start to their season this week, defeating Lakehead in both games of a doubleheader. The Hawks finished their preseason with one win and six losses. However, with three out of six exhibition games being played against non-OUA teams, the pre-season does not seem to be a strong indicator […]

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P!nk’s Beautiful Trauma makes a disappointing splash

In her latest album, Beautiful Trauma, iTunes advertises P!nk as attaining perfection. Unfortunately, the writers at iTunes music, not the truth. P!nk, to me, represents an underrepresented version of girl power that really resonates. She doesn’t have to be a traditional blonde bombshell to get her message across and to be remembered. She’s strong and outspoken and isn’t afraid to […]

by Garrison Oosterhof· · 0 comments · Arts and Life ·
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Men’s soccer unable to hold onto win against McMaster

The Laurier men’s soccer team battled with the McMaster Marauders on Friday. The game ended with a late goal by McMaster resulting in a disappointing tie for Laurier. Coming off a two game win streak, the Hawks played Friday’s game with competitive confidence. The start of the season has been difficult for the Hawks, Coach Halapir remarked, “We don’t want […]

by Garrison Oosterhof· · 0 comments · Soccer, Sports ·
Editorial: Rediscovering a love of hockey

Editorial: Rediscovering a love of hockey

As a long time fan, the new Toronto Maple Leaf team has been a welcome change. I have always been an avid Leaf fan, especially during my hockey career. Mats Sundin, Tie Domi and Bryan McCabe were my idols growing up and I memorized their names and numbers before I could read. My hockey life was filled with bus trips […]

by Garrison Oosterhof· · 0 comments · Hockey, Opinion ·
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Laurier Cricket Club begins first year of competition

Cricket can now be added to the list of Laurier club sports this year. The Laurier Cricket Club is the direct result of several years of development lead by Abdul Rehman Naeem. When Naeem came to Laurier, he found a substantial cricket fan base among students. At that time, there were no cricket teams at Laurier but now students can […]

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