Katelyn Cullum

Katelyn Cullum

4th year, History with English minor, 2nd year with The Cord. After realizing her love for writing, Katelyn joined The Cord last January as a volunteer. In her application, Katelyn checked almost every section write in (unfortunately sports didn’t make the checklist, sorry Shelby) and was put in News. A blessing in disguise one might say, as Katelyn quickly fell into the reporter role and has enjoyed every minute of it.

Articles by Katelyn Cullum

Forwell’s bids farewell

After 52 years of service, Forwell Super Variety is closing its doors on March 31. Joe Forwell opened the store in 1960, a period where convenience stores were virtually unheard of. His main intention was generously servicing the student population of Waterloo and to do so his plan was to have the help of the most beautiful storefront girls. “He […]

by Katelyn Cullum· · Campus ·

Creating jobs for area youth

On Feb. 23, the government of Canada announced new funding to support the Kitchener-Waterloo region youth in their search for post-secondary jobs. Member of parliament for the Kitchener Centre, Stephen Woodworth, made the announcement on behalf of Diane Finley, minister of human resources and skills development. The funding is provided by the Career Focus program, which is supported by the […]

by Katelyn Cullum· · Local ·

Skate and shake in Uptown

Despite the cold, dozens gathered at Waterloo Public Square on Friday evening for the Shake-n-Skate event, hosted by kdub.ca. Featuring the musical talents of DJ Ampz and Eric Hoshooley, people of all ages were able to skate to the latest beats and enjoy the first snowfall K-W’s seen in weeks. “There’s always something for everybody,” Chrissy Letson, one of the […]

by Katelyn Cullum· · Campus, Local ·