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The power of Danielle Ponder and The Tomorrow People

The power of Danielle Ponder and The Tomorrow People

  Danielle Ponder and the Tomorrow People hit the stage in an epic performance on Feb. 28 at the Maureen Forrester Hall. The day long event, which included a speaking engagement and a performance was called For the Love of Justice. This event was created by Karen Stote and Helen Ramirez, two women and gender studies professors. Danielle Ponder and […]

by Nathalie Bouchard· · Arts, Arts and Life ·
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Ramriddlz at The Turret: A night to remember or one we want to forget?

Arriving at the Turret for perhaps the second time in five years, it didn’t feel like a venue that would suit what was to transpire in a couple hours. I felt as if I’d just walked into an all ages night from my first year, with just over forty people scattered across the venue’s lounge areas. As Zen Woods wrapped […]

by Manjot Bhullar· · Arts and Life ·
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Students’ Union plays part in creating new standardized lease agreement

On April 30. 2018, a new mandatory standardized lease will become available across Ontario for renters and tenants. The Laurier Students’ Union has worked with the Ministry of Housing and the Government of Ontario to produce the new standardized lease, ensuring it also applies to students. The Students’ Union has been advocating for the mandatory lease since last semester as […]

by Erin Abe· · Campus, Local, News ·
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Pillow talk isn’t on par: men and women discuss sex differently

I overhear conversations almost daily — to be honest, usually from hetero men — who recount their latest lay or sexual conquest like they’re David Attenborough narrating a mating ritual on a BBC nature documentary, only with significantly less English finesse. Commonly accompanied by various hand gestures or aggressively self-assured proclamations of their prowess in bed, I constantly hear snippets […]

by Emily Waitson· · Opinion ·
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Building a community in a snake pit

In every city there’s two kinds of art scenes. There’s the obvious one, with the bands that play in the public square — you can bring your own lawn-chair and your kids can play with the puzzles drawn in to the concrete. It’s nice and idyllic, the type of art scene that helps build a community and bring people together. […]

by Shyenne MacDonald· · Arts, Arts and Life ·
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Hawks lose momentum on the road to the playoffs

When the season began, the Wilfrid Laurier University men’s basketball team had plenty of buzz for all the additions that had been made to go along with the young talent that was already on the roster. Going 3-7 to start the year, unable to match the hype, the question became whether they’ll find it in them to meet the buzz. […]

by Abdulhamid Ibrahim· · Basketball, Sports ·