Hayley McGoldrick

Hayley McGoldrick

Hayley is an aspiring sports journalist who started writing for The Cord in the sports section, but is now ready to explore all that the world has to offer as News Editor. She loves college football, spinach dip, and always being right.

Articles by Hayley McGoldrick

Editorial: Finding your passion within clubs

Editorial: Finding your passion within clubs

As someone who enjoyed my high school experience — being a part of multiple sports teams, student council and DECA, to name a few — it seems almost obvious that I would say getting involved in university will be the best thing you ever do and to 100 per cent apply to Laurier.  Yet, during my first two years at […]

by Hayley McGoldrick· · Opinion ·
Photo by Haley McGoldrick

RBC Entrepreneurial Accelerator program launches the future of students

Tuesday marked the launch of the Schlegel Centre for Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation’s partnership with the RBC Entrepreneurial Accelerator program, as part of RBC’s Future Launch.  The program gives Laurier students the opportunity to work on their own start-up or work for an existing start-up that aligns with their passions, while still funding the students with co-op level wages to […]

by Hayley McGoldrick· · News ·
Photo by Jackie Vang

KW physician Dr. Arya becomes the Faculty of Health Sciences’ first ever scholar-in-residence

The Faculty of Health Sciences has recently announced that they will be appointing Dr. Neil Arya as their first ever scholar-in-residence. Dr. Arya is a family physician in the Kitchener-Waterloo area, as well as chair of the PEGASUS Global Health Conference and president of the Canadian Physicians for Research and Education in Peace (CPREP). Appointed to the position for two […]

by Hayley McGoldrick· · News ·
Photo by Eva Ou

Run, Hide, Repeat by Pauline Dakin receives the 2018 Edna Staebler award

The Edna Staebler Award for Creative Non-Fiction has been announced, and the winner is Pauline Dakin’s Run, Hide, Repeat. A memoir of her childhood, Dakin recalls a time in her life she had not yet come to terms with in this novel. “It recounts my childhood and young adulthood, when there were some odd things going on with the family, […]

by Hayley McGoldrick· · Campus, News ·
Veritas Cafe’s construction is officially finished, and it looks golden

Veritas Cafe’s construction is officially finished, and it looks golden

Veritas Café is known around Laurier for many reasons — the main being that it is a great hangout spot for students. Patrick McMahon, the operations manager since January 2017, has a passion for providing quality food to Laurier for many years. McMahon has a history of working for Laurier food services, as he was the restaurant and catering manager […]

by Hayley McGoldrick· · News ·
File Photo / Photo by Garrison Oosterhof

Struggles continue for the Hawks as they lose the ‘Battle of Waterloo’

The Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks men’s soccer team came out with an unfortunate result in the first Battle of Waterloo game this season this past Saturday against the Waterloo Warriors, dropping the game 3-1. Laurier now sits 0-2 in the Battle of Waterloo before the big football game with the women’s soccer team also dropping their match by a score […]

by Hayley McGoldrick· · More Sports, Sports ·
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Dividere Stainless, Laurier start-up, promotes innovative and discrete dual chambered flask

One of many interesting opportunities available to Laurier students is the entrepreneurship option, which offers utilities run by the Schlegel Centre like the Launchpad program — a service through the Communitech Hub, The Accelerator Centre and the Community Innovation Hub that allows Laurier students and alumni to use a workspace at no cost, to help accelerate their start-up businesses. Two […]

by Hayley McGoldrick· · Campus, News ·
Graphic by Madeline McInnis

Laurier student helps turn old mattress toppers into sustainable pet beds

When Brooke Dietrich was hired at the Laurier Sustainability Office for a summer student position, her first task was to make use of 30 foam mattress toppers that could not be recycled from the university’s Move Out Program, and would have ended up in landfills. Dietrich reached out to many people associated with Laurier, but unfortunately, she did not have […]

by Hayley McGoldrick· · Local, News ·
Photo by Safina Husein

Alison Pick named Laurier’s Fall Term Writer-in-Residence

Each year, Wilfrid Laurier University gives out an award and two writing positions in honour of Edna Staebler, a member of the Order of Canada, award-winning journalist and author of 21 books, including the bestselling Schmecks series. The award given out is the Edna Staebler Award for Creative Non-Fiction, which was created by Staebler herself in 1991 and has been […]

by Hayley McGoldrick· · Campus, News ·
Photo by Madeline McInnis

Laurier’s Startup Fund allows students to gain experience as angel investors

At the Lazaridis School of Business and Economics, there are many opportunities for young entrepreneurs to learn the business of managing a startup. Laurier’s Schlegel Centre for Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation is a great way for students to engage in the entrepreneurship core or even look into the social entrepreneurship option. There are also clubs like Startup Laurier, which help […]

by Hayley McGoldrick· · Campus, News ·