“It views us as products, not people and views staff as liabilities, not assets.”
LSPIRG will be looking to increase their staff size in the future with potentially a few part-time positions, but no decisions can be made until the board is notified and votes on the changes.
For the the second time since it began construction, the Global Innovation Exchange building’s completion date has been delayed.
Laurier offers retirement incentives for full-time faculty and staff to help manage budget cuts
Engagement in student government elections fluctates at universities throughout the province
This week Wilfrid Laurier University played host to Gwynne Dyer, who delivered a lecture on Feb. 9 on the lessons Canada has learned as a result of the First World War. Dyer is a Canadian journalist, lecturer, columnist and broadcaster…
Business students voted “no” to the School of Business and Economics Students’ Association’s referendum question, despite a campaign called “Vote Yes.” The question proposed a raise of the compulsory non-tuition fee, which funds the extra-curricular activities in the school of…
Laurier alumnus Bill Webb donated $1 million to the new Global Innovation Exchange building
Less than a week has passed since the Wilfrid Laurier University Students’ Union elections, yet president-elect Olivia Matthews is already working hard on hiring vice-presidents and getting prepared before the start of her term on May 1.
With the highest vote totals for a president-elect in Wilfrid Laurier University Students’ Union history, Olivia Matthews was named president and CEO last Thursday. With 72.74 per cent of the vote and 2,868 total votes, Matthews claimed the position…