Opinion

Editor’s Note: Proactive approach

Editor’s Note: Proactive approach

Eat well, exercise, talk about your feelings, take care of yourself. Easier said than done for most of us right? But if you are the type of person who freezes up in the face of adversity, I would recommend not letting self-care fall to the back burner, because it can be a slippery slope. It’s so easy for us to […]

by Kurtis Rideout· · Opinion ·
Graphic by Simran Dhaliwal

Long distance shouldn’t be the end to a relationship

Since late December, I’ve seen my boyfriend in person a total of eight days. Between getting sick — again — being in and out of the doctor’s and then flying off to exchange in England for a semester, physically getting to one another is next to impossible. Our relationship was one of the biggest reservations I had about going on […]

by Madeline McInnis· · Opinion ·
Graphic by Lena Yang / File Photo

Unsigned: Laurier students deserve better

Faith Goldy, a Canadian woman described as having alt-right leanings who was formerly affiliated with The Rebel Media, was set to be the first speaker for Laurier Students for Open Inquiry’s “Unpopular Opinions” series on March 20. Goldy gained attention for her coverage of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville and has raised a considerable amount of local controversy […]

by Cord Staff· · Opinion ·
Editorial: The problems with parking at Laurier

Editorial: The problems with parking at Laurier

Parking at Laurier can be, in short, a frustrating experience. It seems to the student that there is not enough parking on campus after they are forced to park further away multiple times, in public parking, due to white permit lots being full. When one receives a parking ticket, the feeling of ‘if I’d known I was wasn’t allowed to […]

by Luke Sarazin· · Opinion ·