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Why we should all take back the night

The Sexual Assault Centre of Brantford hosted the Take Back the Night event on Sept 21 promoting women’s rights including a march for women, children, trans and non-binary individuals.  The event was...
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Public library construction

 The Brantford public library, currently under construction, is undergoing many changes, both inside and out, to make it a more comfortable and accessible space for customers.   In 1992, the Br...
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Laurier welcomes TEDx to Brantford

TEDx is coming to Brantford. A group of talented and dedicated Laurier students are working to bring inspiring ideas to the Laurier and Brantford community by starting the TEDxWLUBrantford initiative.  B...

Black Lives Matter hosts breakfast

 On Sept 15, the Laurier Brantford Diversity and Equity office (DEO) and the Laurier Students’ Public Interest Research Group (LSPIRG) held a Black Lives Matter Breakfast in the west wing of the Re...

No Fences, No Borders

As part of their Radical Orientation Week, the Laurier Student Public Interest Research Group (LSPIRG) hosted a presentation by No One is Illegal on September 12.  No One is Illegal is a social ju...

Laurier International Film Guild

 On Sept 19th, at 4 p.m., the Research and Academic Centre was filled with students who were interested in the idea of sharing their stories and experiences through film.   The opportunity to do...

Radical week and activism on campus

From September 11 to September 15, Laurier Students’ Public Interest Research Group (LSPIRG) ran their Radical Orientation Week, or Rad Week.  The concept is similar to Orientation Week, but promot...

Laurier has a new user-friendly site

Laurier hopes to make the transition to university life easier for incoming students with a new website and intranet. The website, launched last summer, allows not only easy access to everything needed ...