It’s no question that teaching assistants play a pivotal role in university students’ lives. For many, they are the instructor they interact with the most, who predominantly marks their work and the person they go to if they’re struggling with…
Vandalism leads to discussion on the Rainbow Centre’s mission
The information and communication technologies department at Wilfrid Laurier University is looking to improve their services.
With both the change to Orientation Week and the implementation of fall reading week, the first-year experience task force has much to evaluate in the coming months. Over the past six months they have already made progress in their goal…
Exploring the prevalence of content on indigenous cultures in classrooms
Student raises concerns of rubble found at Laurier Place
Students chosen for workshop
Students were invited to spend the whole night working on campus last Thursday during the Long Night Against Procrastination.
International Education Week at Wilfrid Laurier University began with a presentation on Monday evening by Jean-Marc Hachey.
President Robert Bruce has prompted plans to reevaluate the current layout of the organization