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October 24, 2014
 
 
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WATERLOO CAMPUS: Susan Agulkark visits for World Suicide Prevention Day

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Laurier's Office of Aboriginal Initiatives welcomes new Aboriginal Events Support Coordinator Laurier's Office of Aboriginal Initiatives welcomes new Aboriginal Events Support Coordinator
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Dissertation Examination for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work
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Laurier's Office of Aboriginal Initiatives welcomes new Aboriginal Students Recruitment and Outreach Officer Laurier's Office of Aboriginal Initiatives welcomes new Aboriginal Students Recruitment and Outreach Officer
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Office of Aboriginal Initiatives 2014 - 2015 Viewbook
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POSTING: Waterloo campus: Aboriginal Student Centre Leadership Team - Job Descriptions for 2014-2015 POSTING: Waterloo campus: Aboriginal Student Centre Leadership Team - Job Descriptions for 2014-2015
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WATERLOO CAMPUS: Creative Native
(Oct 27)
BRANTFORD CAMPUS: Tuesday Taco Teach-Ins
(Oct 28)
BRANTFORD CAMPUS: Roronhiake'wen Dan Longboat
(Oct 28)
BRANTFORD CAMPUS: Knowledgeable KNITsters
(Oct 28)
WATERLOO CAMPUS: Writing Help with Susan Hroncek
(Oct 29)
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Jen Mt. Pleasant, Laurier Brantford Grad. 2013 Jen Mt. Pleasant is a graduate of the Honours Criminology program, with Minors in Contemporary Studies & Law and Society at Laurier Brantford. She plans on using her education as a tool to fight discrimination against Aboriginal women/girls and help raise awareness about the increasing number of Aboriginal women/girls being murdered or going missing across Canada. Jen credits the Criminology program at Laurier Brantford in helping her find direction in her academic life. She is also grateful to the staff of the Office of Aboriginal Initiatives for helping her tremendously throughout her studies at Laurier. Jenís advice to all new and returning students is: Donít be afraid to ask for help. Thatís the main purpose of the Office of Aboriginal Initiatives Ė to help students achieve their goals. If you are having problems financially, mentally, spiritually or academically, always make sure to ask for help. The Aboriginal Student House at Laurier Brantford is located at 111 Darling Street.

Jen Mt. Pleasant
Honours BA Criminology - Minors in Contemporary Studies,
Laurier Brantford Grad. 2013