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G20 meets in U.S.

Instead of rolling out the red carpet, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania literally shut down to host, or more accurately accommodate, last week’s G20 summit From Sept 24 to 25, the...

Sept. 23, 2009

"There is a lot of educational research that basically says that size does matter” –Laurier professor Garry Potter, speaking about the increasing class sizes and how, in this...

Ignatieff speaks at campus rally

“Go Hawks!” said Michael Ignatieff, leader of Canada’s official opposition, to a crowd of cheering students at the Young Liberals’ rally held in Wilf’s this past...

Larger classes take hold at Laurier

With classes now underway, the effects of the 2009-10 funding cuts can be seen in classrooms at Wilfrid Laurier University, as several academic departments have been forced to...

Speaker presents random truths

Renowned computer scientist and mathematician Gregory Chaitin spoke to a nearly full house in the Paul Martin Centre yesterday afternoon This was the third stop on a six-stop...

WLU reviews visual identity

Beginning this fall, Wilfrid Laurier University’s current visual identity will be undergoing a review in order to develop one that best suits the university An outside design...

Laurier SOS expands

The Exam-AID sessions, run by the student organization Laurier Students Offering Support (SOS), which were previously made available only to business, economics and math students,...