Interesting stories unfold on our Laurier campuses every day. Professors are making research discoveries, past and present students are finding ways to make a difference in the world and our purple-and-gold athletes are enjoying hard-earned victories.
In Communications, Public Affairs & Marketing, part of our job is to make sure people beyond our campuses hear our stories. That means working with the media to share the Laurier news that will interest their audiences, answering questions for their stories, and linking them with Laurier experts on specific news topics.
Laurier is in the news almost daily: locally, provincially, nationally and beyond. This website will provide a glimpse into some of the ways Laurier is making news – from alumni profiles and expert insight to some of the broader issues facing universities.
Simon Dalby Editorial: Canadians aren’t prepared for disasters (News - Dec 30)
Women abuse documentary explores issues in rural areas (News - Dec 30)
Outdoor rink enthusiasts pitch in on research project (News - Dec 19)
Suicide intervention program expands to Laurier, Waterloo, Conestoga (News - Dec 19)
Simon Kiss and Andrea Perrella Op Ed: The pitfalls of a referendum (News - Dec 18)
Waterloo Lutheran Seminary's David Pfrimmer shares memory of Nelson Mandela (News - Dec 16)
Barry Kay Op Ed: Will Ford Nation prevail or fizzle in 2014? (News - Dec 13)
Tammy Schirle Editorial: A simple, feasible way to expand CPP (News - Dec 12)
Are YOU in the news?
Do you have an interesting story to tell? Have you talked to a newspaper, magazine, radio or TV reporter recently? Please let us know.
Experts at Laurier
Experts at Laurier is a broad database of experts who have agreed to make themselves available for media interviews. Visit the Experts at Laurier page to search for professors by discipline or topic: wlu.ca/experts.
Are you wondering how you can become an expert source for the media? Update your Experts at Laurier profile by logging onto your personal web page – click here to find out how.
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