A climate movement or a cultural moment?

The ongoing issue of climate change is not hard to forget. In the last year, brazen activist Greta Thunberg was named Time’s person of the year and climate action emerged as a top ballot-box issue in the Canadian federal election.  […]

Christina Han: a professor profile

At Laurier Brantford we can be thankful for a multitude of caring professors who are more than just brilliant – they’re committed to their students and engaged in campus community.  While you may see them in front of a classroom, […]

Brantford declares climate emergency

The City of Brantford has committed to becoming net carbon neutral by 2050.   On November 12 Brantford City Council unanimously voted in favour of passing the resolution declaring a climate emergency and what actions the city will take to […]

Women’s XC ranked third in Canada

The Laurier Brantford Women’s Cross Country team brought home a third place medal from Nationals this past month.      The historical moment came on November 9 when the members completed the 6km course battling through the freezing conditions and challenging […]

Is Laurier doing enough for its students?

Laurier Brantford turned 20 this year and students still feel as if they are regarded as second best to the Waterloo campus. The two Laurier Campuses feel like two different universities. Wilfrid Laurier isn’t doing enough to include Laurier Brantford […]