Over the past few years artist and photographer, Jeff Bierk has worked on creating a photo series entitled “Behind the Curtain”. His series tells the true story of addiction and what it feels like to be in the shoes of […]
Are you really being safe?
Safe sex is an important topic, no matter the arrangements of the sexual relationship. In order to acknowledge this fact, this Valentine’s Day, the Laurier Brantford’s Women’s Centre put on a workshop run by a representative from the Stag Shop […]
Modo Yoga hosts open jam for public
With mid-terms ending and final exams beginning, a lot of students have found the past few weeks stressful. Time to unwind is scarce and far in-between. Some of us need to drink a cup of tea, some of us need to take a nap and some […]
Mixed opinions about new Sabrina remake
Riverdale and Archie Comics fans alike were excited when the new series, “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”, was released onto Netflix this October. Opinions on the first season seem to differ: many fans were not expecting the dark aspects to be so strong, while others […]
Are iClickers really necessary for students to have?
Wilfrid Laurier University has used iClickers as a way of bringing technology into the classroom for years. Technology – and the role it plays in education – is ever-changing. The iClickers are meant to combat this by being used as a way to take attendance, give […]
Sweater weather time
It’s autumn — the leaves are falling, the days are shorter, and it’s time to pull on our sweaters. Almost all of us probably remember when “Sweater Weather” by the Neighbourhood came out in 2012; it was a simpler time. Since […]