Like always, the recipient of the coveted Outstanding Women of Laurier award will certainly be nothing short of outstanding. Last week, the department of athletics and recreation at Wilfrid Laurier University announced the nominees for the 11th annual OWL award, given based on success on and off the field. It combines athletic achievement, academic excellence, an active commitment to leadership […]
Members of Wilfrid Laurier University’s Sikh Student Association are tying the community together, one turban at a time. In celebration of Sikh Awareness Day, the Sikh Student Association organized the second annual TURBAN UP! event on March 15. People of all races and ethnicities, sexual orientation, gender and religious backgrounds were invited to have their own turban tied on their […]
Deep within the student ghettos of Waterloo you’ll find the city’s loudest and most aggressive music scene.
Students’ Union has been advocating to increase accessibility to Seagram Drive LRT stop for students
Features Editor Bethany Bowles explores the reasons students put such emphasis on their academic performance
The date had been circled since the previous year. Alana Russell, corporate communications for Waterloo Regional Police Service and her team have been hard at work preparing for the incoming staple on the Wilfrid Laurier University social calendar — St. Patrick Day 2016. According to Russell, the Waterloo Police started preparing for the next St. Patrick’s Day as soon as […]
Wilfrid Laurier University to introduce new course on space and planetary sciences in the spring
Why is this disregard for an old camp saying such a big deal?