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One less thing to do: students move to single sign on One less thing to do: students move to single sign on
(Campus Update - Sep 29)
Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Chloe Graves and Dillon Campbell Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Chloe Graves and Dillon Campbell
(News - Sep 29)
Laurier promotes working smoke alarms during Fire Prevention Week
(News Release - Sep 29)
Laurier alumna among 15 recipients of provincial newcomer champion award Laurier alumna among 15 recipients of provincial newcomer champion award
(News Release - Sep 26)
Laurier welcomes alumni home this weekend Laurier welcomes alumni home this weekend
(Campus Update - Sep 26)
Mugs & munchies to make a difference: Laurier United Way campaign kicks off Mugs & munchies to make a difference: Laurier United Way campaign kicks off
(Campus Update - Sep 26)
Redevelopments help make Laurierís Waterloo campus more pedestrian and bike friendly
(Campus Update - Sep 26)
Former Edna Staebler Writer-in-Residence shortlisted for $100,000  Siminovitch Prize Former Edna Staebler Writer-in-Residence shortlisted for $100,000 Siminovitch Prize
(Campus Update - Sep 25)
Seventh annual Laurier Loop fundraising run Sept. 28 Seventh annual Laurier Loop fundraising run Sept. 28
(Campus Update - Sep 24)
<em>The Record:</em> Laurier professor hosts Harry Potter chat at Kitchener Public Library The Record: Laurier professor hosts Harry Potter chat at Kitchener Public Library
(News - Sep 24)
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Nathalie Lovasz, Philosophy and Psychology Nathalie Lovasz won the prestigious Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited scholarship worth $5,000 annually and is very involved in activities outside the classroom. She spent two summers in Jamaica, first teaching such things as conflict resolution to students in a low income community, and in 2004, setting up a family centre in the impoverished Riverton area of Kingston.

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Philosophy and Psychology