Arts and Life

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What will get your party shut down in K-W

Big things are coming this weekend. You know it. I know it. It’s our last hurrah before we completely buckle down for the semester. Along with Homecoming and similar events such as St. Paddy’s Day, comes an entire planning process that can take weeks. What you’re going to wear, what you’re going to drink, where you’re going drink and who […]

by Manjot Bhullar· · 0 comments · Arts and Life · 188 views ·
Photo by Andreas Patsiaouros

Canada in Day’s poor marketing campaign

Filming for Canada in a Day happened September 10 and, although it certainly will be a moving display when completed, it seemed to miss the mark with students. Canada in a Day is a film project by CTV to showcase what citizens love most about Canada by asking them to film their day and submit the clips. It’s based on […]

by Madeline McInnis· · 0 comments · Arts and Life · 39 views ·

Taste-of-cyprus food festival brings culture to K-W

On September 17 and 18 , The Greek-Cypriot Community Centre held their second Taste of Cyprus food festival on Lodge Street. The community centre is just a street away from Wilfrid Laurier University’s campus in the midst of the large student population. As someone who has a Greek-Cypriot background and has been to Cyprus, I know surprisingly little about the […]

by Andreas Patsiaouros· · 0 comments · Arts and Life · 10 views ·
Photo by Paige Bush

Arkells provide jaw-dropping concert for incoming students

We all start somewhere. For the Arkells it was on the Wilf’s stage back in 2009. Now, frontman Max Kerman, accounts the Arkells have officially graduated to the Athletic Complex—a huge accomplishment for the band.

I was able to catch a few moments with Kerman before heading out to perform at this year’s Orientation Week. Curious as to why the band chose to play at Laurier, I asked what draws the band to perform at universities. “Some of my favourite concerts ever were Frosh week concerts,” Kerman said.

by Kira Gelbard· · 0 comments · Arts and Life · 79 views ·