Rylee Wolfkamp

Christmas cheers and blues

As this fall semester comes to a close and most students gear up to go home for the holidays, many students begin to feel a disconnect from their families. This can lead to a fall in mental health, resulting in more stress […]

Exlcusive Living with Lions interview

The 12th annual Blackout Fest in Brantford ran October 12th and 13th, and welcomed many alternative, punk, and rock bands including Dead Tired; Lawless Sons; Seaway; Such Gold; The Good Depression; This is a Crisis Zero Fire; We Were Sharks and more. Another band attending the […]

WLU Students’ Union elections ramp up

On Jan. 12, candidates for the 2017 Wilfrid Laurier Students’ Union (WLUSU) elections met in the Research and Academic Centre to inform voters about their respective platforms and answer questions regarding their stances on hot topics. Students from both Waterloo […]

New year, new me!

“New year, new me” is a mantra adopted by many people during the month of January. It’s a clean slate full of potential. You can do anything you want, right? This is where New Year’s resolutions – promises to bring […]

Brantford Remembers

Hundreds of people flocked to Harmony Square on a windy Remembrance Day to honour the men and women who died for our country. The ceremony began with a parade of veterans, current members of the military, and young cadets, who […]