A cry-er for attention

Where would a farmer, a town crier, and the poster boy for colon cancer awareness meet? Sounds like the beginning of some corny joke but I actually got a legitimate answer for you. Meet Larry Davis, a man from ...

Near death experiences

It is never really thought of if one day you just do your thing and you see your life flash before your eyes.For Brittany Legault, she unfortunately experienced just that. It was a warm sunny day on Jul. 2, ...

Life after Laurier

Looking back, there are a couple of things that I would change about my first year at Laurier. I would have loved to get more involved with the school, taking advantage of all the clubs that were offered on cam...

Somewhere over the rain-bro

This article is based on the story of William S. from Sydney, Australia.At 19 I was in my second year of university, hated my degree, and was at the verge of dropping out and finding a regular job. I dec...

A Hiroshima survivor story

As part of the People Make History lecture series, Hiroshima survivor and anti-nuclear weapons peace activist, Setsuko Thurlow visited Laurier this past week on Feb. 28 and March 1. Thurlow shared her experienc...

From ‘un-adoptable’ to adopted

When you think of adoption what do you picture? Maybe a loving smiling family with two parents and a child.Today adoption and fostering in Canada has been opened to include the many different definitions of f...

Do dreams die?

Remember when “What do you want to be when you grow up?” wasn’t such a dreadful question…As kids, we answered that question with an excited voice, a wide smile, and a determined twinkle in our eyes....

You are invited to a princess party

Do you remember watching Disney movies as a kid, belting your little heart out and dreaming what it would be like to be a Disney Princess? Do you remember the feeling that movie would give you by the end, befor...