Post Tagged with: "winter"

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Digging through the history of Groundhog Day

This past weekend I celebrated my birthday on Feb. 2. Although it was exciting celebrating with the important people in my life, I have to admit that my birthday seems quite insignificant in comparison to the little weather-predicting animals that come out of their dens and into the spotlight each year on the same day. You might even say my […]

by Safina Husein· · Arts and Life ·
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Fight the cold with face masks for dry skin

I don’t know about you, but my skin is always in shambles once the winter rolls around. The cold, dry air mixed with exam season stress is enough to wreak absolute havoc on my skin, and unfortunately, I wasn’t blessed with good skin by anyone’s standards. But, I’d consider myself pretty good at spending money on beauty products, and I […]

by Alyssa Di Sabatino· · Arts and Life ·
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The best winter boots to get you across campus

Living in Canada with the harsh and unpredictable winters that we are hit with each year, means that having the perfect pair of winter boots to wear through the cold, snow and ice is essential. Finding boots that don’t leak, slip on ice, fall apart after a year of use or are simply not warm enough, can be quite the […]

by Emily Waitson· · Arts and Life ·
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Cold and Flu season hits Waterloo Region once again

Cold and flu season is upon us once again. With it comes the annual period where offices are filled with the sounds of sneezing and coughing, hospitals are packed with patients — and people, especially university students, underestimate the dangers associated with influenza. On Tuesday, Nov. 13, Laurier hosted a public talk that focused on the flu, how to avoid […]

by Emily Waitson· · Arts and Life ·
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Campus under-pass blocked off due to falling glass

Earlier today, Wilfrid Laurier University Special Constables blocked off the entrance located at the under-pass on the Waterloo campus. According to Special Constable Services, a tile of glass on the roof of the under-pass was broken and had fallen onto the ground. The glass broke as a result of an excess of heavy snow that was built up on the […]

by Safina Husein· · Campus, News ·
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Defeating the growing stresses of ‘old man winter’

The Starks were right: winter has come.

by Cord Editorial Board· · Opinion ·