Recession hits Laurier co-ops

The current economic recession has found its way into co-op departments at universities across the region. While more students are looking to co-op as means of employment, there are simply fewer jobs available to them. “There is more competition from other schools; it is a tighter market,” said Karen McCarger, associate director of Laurier’s department of co-operative education. “Employers are […]

by Cord Import· · Campus ·

Two new residence buildings

Two new buildings have been leased by Laurier residential services, one that holds 82 students at 325 Spruce Street and one with 385 students at 340 Spruce Street. The buildings were purchased to accommodate the increase in students who have been promised residence rooms for the 2009-10 academic year. “While we’ve got a problem, it’s a more manageable problem. The […]

by Cord Import· · Campus ·