Taylor Burt

WLU One Love 2018

Amnesty International Brantford Chapter is hoping to bring love to everyone this Valentine’s Day.   The event, One Love, was held in the lobby of the Research and Academic Center west on Feb. 13 from 7 p.m. to 10 pm.  “We […]

Cross country makes national debut

Nov. 11 was a memorable day for the Laurier Brantford’s cross-country team.  Seven individuals from the team participated in the national championship race, held in Laval, Que.   The event spanned over four days, allowing teams the opportunity to settle in.  […]

Brantford athletes compete in Special Olympics

Peel Region hosted the Provincial games to see the ‘best of the best’ make it to team Ontario. In the 3000 meter run, Brantford’s own Meghan Josling and Jeremy Tomilson-Willis finished first and second in their divisions. Reisha Baxter, another Brantford Olympian, finished among the top athletes in the A few Brantford […]

A visit to Lebanon

Imagine leaving your home. Not by choice, not for a vacation, but being forced to run because you have no other options. Now imagine not knowing if or when you can ever go back. Syrian refugees have made homes for themselves in several countries […]

Essential Workers for Essential Pay

Brampton – William Osler clerical staff rallied together along with members of Teamsters union outside Brampton Civic Hospital to fight for equal wages. Vehicles drove by from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. honking their horns to support the staff walking […]

Land Body Defense

The Native Youth Sexual Health Network (NYSHN) and the Women’s Earth Alliance (WEA) have started an initiative to record how the sexual and reproductive health of Indigenous women is impacted by industrialization. The initiative was started in 2014 and has […]

EcoHawks plant seeds in the minds of students

Mike Rykov/The Sputnik

Laurier Brantford’s EcoHawks team helped students find their inner gardeners outside the Research and Academic center last Wednesday. The event, Seed the Change, allowed students to stop by and take a plant to decorate their home. Seed the Change was […]

Walk-it for Parkinson’s

Brantford – On September 10, Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario put on an event called Walk-It for Parkinson’s. The event took place at Mohawk Park to help raise awareness for Parkinson’s disease. This event allowed anyone and everyone to come out […]

Preparation begins for winter gala

The Faculty of Liberal Arts Student Societies (FLASS) and the Human and Social Sciences Association (HASSA) of Laurier Brantford are raising money for SickKids hospital by organizing a formal gala. The Winter Wonderland Gala will be held in Market Square on Jan. 29, at 6 p.m. This is […]