Laurier sees decrease in admissions

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Admissions for incoming first-year students at Wilfrid Laurier University have dropped 14 per cent since last year

Admissions for incoming first-year students at Wilfrid Laurier University have dropped 14 per cent since last year, according to the admissions office and the Ontario University Applications Centre. This drop in admissions brings the university 7 per cent below their…

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Changes made to university staff contracts

Bargaining for the new contract for staff members at Wilfrid Laurier University has ended. Negotiations ended on June 20 and the collective agreement, which will extend over the next three years, has been ratified. Allison Roberts, chief negotiator for the…

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Laurier student arrested in connection with incident on campus

On July 8, a man was reportedly engaging in an “indecent act” on the Wilfrid Laurier University campus. According to an e-mail sent out to Laurier students on July 10, the man was also seen following two female university employees…

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Female figurines a sign of equality

Lego has released a new collection of figurines that feature women in sciences such as chemistry, astronomy and paleontology. The fact that the new figurines are making the news might seem trivial, but Anne Wilson, associate professor of psychology at…

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Laurier drops in OUAC rankings

Wilfrid Laurier University is seeing a fall in students selecting the school as their first choice on their Ontario Universities’ Application Centre application. According to new data released by OUAC on June 12, out of the 20,511 secondary school applicants…

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IPRM nearly finished

The Integrated Planning and Resource Management initiative is nearing the end of the prioritization section of its process. With this progress, the last steps of the process are in sight, and the possibility of the changes influenced by IPRM’s recommendations…

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