Nathalie Bouchard

Nathalie is a fourth Year Communication and Gender studies student always looking for a new restaurant to try. Netflix Documentary and feminist literature enthusiast with secret aspirations of becoming a professional dog walker.

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Lashes by Linds keeps the Laurier community batting their eyes

The eyelash extension trend in Waterloo has quite frankly got people lashin’ out. This beauty trend is something that has allowed individuals to enhance their own beauty without using makeup to ultimately feel confident and beautiful. Lindsay Stevenson, a third-year global studies student at Wilfrid Laurier University, runs her own eyelash extension business out of her apartment. Instantly becoming hooked […]

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Fashion and Lifestyle Society hosts fashion show

On March 19, the Wilfrid Laurier University Fashion and Lifestyle Society hosted its seventh annual Answer to Cancer Fashion Show in support of The Canadian Cancer Society. The Turret was transformed into a runway show with tickets available for purchase, catering was provided, as well as a silent auction with thousands of dollars in potential prizes. Community partners donated clothing […]

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Over 208 charges pressed during Waterloo St. Patrick’s Day festivities

This year’s St. Patrick’s Day had crowds ranging from 12,000-15,000 people throughout the day. The surrounding corridors of Ezra Avenue, Bricker Avenue, Clayfield Avenue and Albert Street had the most traffic. The St. Patrick’s Day events that take place within the Wilfrid Laurier University community are notorious for their outlandish festivities and this year was no different. The events that […]

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Criminal past revealed in University of Guelph elections

Before becoming the University of Guelph’s Central Student Association’s (CSA) local affairs commissioner and candidate for president, Jeremiah Rojas was a student at Wilfrid Laurier University, as well as a don at Little House residence and Waterloo College Hall. During his time as a don, there were multiple break-ins at WCH over the 2012-13 winter break and then break-ins the […]

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History professor creates Victorian peep show project

Amy Milne-Smith, a history professor at Wilfrid Laurier University, has created an innovative project using marshmallow Peeps in order to depict 19th century Victorian scandals. “The Peeps are just a way to engage with the historical material without having to have artistic ability,” Milne-Smith said. “I didn’t want them to waste time — making elaborate art displays — I’m more […]

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New project to light up Waterloo Park

Plans to light up Waterloo Park are underway, lining up Waterloo to be the first of it’s kind in North America to have an illuminated trail. Waterloo Park has a promenade, which is the main trail between Seagram Drive and uptown Waterloo. The City of Waterloo has also looked into properly completing another part of the trail that runs behind […]

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Waterloo prepares for St. Patrick’s Day

Wilfrid Laurier University, along with community services, have begun preparing for one of the biggest holidays of the year: St. Patrick’s Day. Over 5,000 people gathered on Ezra Street last year to commemorate the holiday. Laurier’s dean of students, Leanne Holland-Brown, stressed the importance of participating with Laurier pride in mind, but the first and foremost concern of the university […]

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University to host biopolitics conference

Wilfrid Laurier University is hosting its first annual Biopolitcs Conference. Techne: Wilfrid Laurier University BioPolitical Research Group, in association with the Balsillie School of International Affairs and the International Migration Research Centre held the conference. The event will take place at the Balsillie School from March 2-4. The event will be three days long and feature academic workshops focused around […]

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Laurier professor helps those experiencing homelessness

Following a CBC Kitchener-Waterloo Radio article, Geoffrey Nelson, psychology professor at Wilfrid Laurier University, spoke about his four-year research project about homelessness and mental health. Nelson implemented this study, At Home Chez Soi, to prove that housing greatly benefits those with chronic homelessness, mental health struggles, addiction and other factors that contribute to homelessness. “The study was a research demonstration […]

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Hillel Waterloo hosts Pack with Purpose event

On Tuesday Feb. 13 from 8-9:30 p.m., Hillel Waterloo hosted an event called Pack with Purpose, located in Bricker Academic building on Wilfrid Laurier University’s Waterloo campus. The event was for both Jewish and non-Jewish students from both Laurier and University of Waterloo. In partnership with OneRoof Youth Services in Kitchener, the event involved guided discussions surrounding homelessness as well […]

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