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Big Sugar brings it home at Maxwells

Big Sugar brings it home at Maxwells

  On Saturday, Nov. 25 I had the pleasure of seeing Big Sugar for the first time. Finally. I say finally because I have been waiting to see them in concert since the first time I heard “Turn the Lights On” in the back of my uncle’s van when I was five. “This is my favourite song,” I declared. Big […]

by Kurtis Rideout· · Arts, Arts and Life ·
Photo of the week 2017-18

Photo of the week 2017-18

April 4, 2018   The Cord’s 2017-18 team would like to thank the Laurier community and all of our loyal readers! Be back soon! (Photo by Paige Bush) March 28, 2018   (Tanzeel Sayani / Creative Director) Wilfrid Laurier University women’s curling team recently represented the Golden Hawks at the U-Sports National Curling Championships in Leduc, Alberta. March 21, 2018 […]

by Cord Staff· · Photo ·
Photo by Sadman Sakib Rahman

Shomari Hutchinson is a star in the making

If you were looking for any standout Golden Hawks that might become household names in the near future, I think I have a pretty good idea of one to mention. He goes by the name Shomari Hutchinson. Hailing from LaSalle, Quebec and growing up in Toronto, he’s come up big for the Golden Hawks during many different moments this season. […]

by Abdulhamid Ibrahim· · Football, Sports ·
File Photo/ by Sadman Rahman

Jasmine Raines continues to make history for the Golden Hawks

The Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawk swimming teams competed at the 2019 OUA Swimming Championships this past weekend. The championships began on Feb. 7 and ended on Feb. 9. It was a memorable tournament for two Hawks in particular: Jasmine Raines and Kenney Tam. Kenney Tam made history as he became the first Golden Hawk men’s swimmer to win a […]

by Pranav Desai· · Sports ·
Photo by Sadman Sakib Rahman

ISOW hosts a Middle Eastern Cultural Evening to educate and celebrate

On Thursday, Nov. 15, between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m., Laurier’s campus club International Students Overcoming War (ISOW) hosted a Middle Eastern Cultural Evening event to get students participating in and celebrating the various cultures of the Middle East. Some of the events of the evening included henna and Arabic writing stations, a photo gallery, singers, dancers and complimentary food […]

by Aaron Waitson· · News ·
Photo by Sadman Sakib Rahman

Church opens its doors during colder weather

  On Jan. 9, the Regional Municipality of Waterloo approved a temporary overnight flexible space for emergency shelter overflow at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church in Kitchener. Operated nightly by the House of Friendship, the church will be providing overflow flexible space beginning around the end of the month until April 30, 2018. St. Matthew’s Church will be able to accommodate […]

by Erin Abe· · Local, News ·
Photo by Sadman Sakib Rahman

Region’s first ION car sent back to Bombardier for completion

Earlier this month, the first ION light rail car to arrive in the Waterloo Region, vehicle 501, was shipped back to Bombardier, its manufacturer in Kingston, for completion. Tom Galloway, counsellor in Waterloo, noted that when the vehicle was sent to Waterloo Region last year, it was known that it was in an incomplete state. “We needed that vehicle in […]

by Jake Watts· · Local, News ·