Sarah Tyler

Sarah Tyler

Sarah is in her final year of communications studies and pursuing minors in film studies and anthropology. This is her second year on the editorial board as video editor. When Sarah is not editing you can find her giving campus tours, painting or leading Alpha Omega Sorority.

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One Girl workshop helps 8 to 13 year olds find inner beauty

On Nov. 24, 2018 a One Girl workshop was held in Veritas Café at Wilfrid Laurier University. Run primarily by Lindsey Feltis, a Laurier psychology and communications alumna of 2018, this event served girls aged eight to 13-years-old. One Girl is a series of workshops held to encourage girls to realize their full potential and to build confidence. One Girl […]

by Sarah Tyler· · News ·
Editorial: 23 years down and a lifetime to go

Editorial: 23 years down and a lifetime to go

Today is my twenty third birthday. Yes, I am still in my undergrad and yes, I do have goals for myself. I have spent four and a half years at Laurier and honestly still do not want to leave. We often have a timeline in our minds, or at least I do, and it often relates to how old we […]

by Sarah Tyler· · Opinion ·
Photo by Garrison Oosterhof

Golden Hawks earn top 10 U-Sport ranking for first time since 2012

Last week, Laurier’s men’s basketball team was ranked No. 9 in the U SPORTS Top 10, ending a six-year dry streak. The last time the team earned a ranked spot was in February of the 2011-2012 season at No. 10 but were previously ranked No. 5 in the same season. This was Laurier’s highest ranking ever. According to head coach […]

by Sarah Tyler· · Baseball, Sports ·
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Film Review: A Star is Born

In “A Star is Born” we see Jackson “Jack” Maine, an established rockstar played by Bradley Cooper, fall in love with the young talented musician Ally, played by Lady Gaga. Bradley Cooper was in fact the director and the film has made over 135 million at the box office since it was released on Oct. 5, 2018. The movie is […]

by Sarah Tyler· · Arts and Life ·
Graphic by Alan Li

Being critical of gender when it’s applied to everyday items

The systematic gendering of our world is apparent in our daily lives and own living spaces. There are those who strive to deconstruct the binary and those who reinforce it.  When looking for a new rug for my bedroom, I was searching  for a simple grey and white area rug on I went through the specifications of each rug […]

by Sarah Tyler· · Opinion ·
Photo by Tanzeel Sayani

Editorial: The positives of Greek Life

At Wilfrid Laurier University, students pride themselves with getting involved. I decided to rush Greek Life at Laurier and it has honestly changed me for the better. At first, I questioned why anyone would want to be in a sorority, as I had always seen stereotypical representations of it in the media. I decided to give it a chance and check out […]

by Sarah Tyler· · Opinion ·