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This is The Cord

This edition of The Cord marks an important moment in the rich history of our 84-year-old publication At 44 pages, not only is it the largest issue we’ve ever printed, but it...

Appalled by Asif

Re: "Nine years No degree No problem," Sept 30,2009 I am appalled by last week’s features article “Nine years, no degree, no problem” about perverted, and pathetic slacker...

What has Wilfie done for you?

Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the seventh Prime Minister of Canada, has many tributes to him across the country; high schools, avenues and electoral districts are all named after him Then...

Laurier wish list

With a new school year upon us, The Cord has compiled a list of things we would like to see accomplished over the next eight months Our wishes reflect what we, as students, feel...

How power can corrupt

There always seem to be people who, when acceding to just a little power, become absolutely monstrous We have seen it in celebrities of all colours, political figures all along...

From the archives: 1968

The rate at which the new “Coke” machines have been taking in money without dispensing drinks in return should result in the accumulation of funds of such magnitude that it...

From the Editor

I believe the media should be an outlet where people can interact, express themselves and learn from each other I hope to foster this sense of campus discourse within the new...