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Laurier Brantford gallery features local artist’s “Field of Dreams” Laurier Brantford gallery features local artist’s “Field of Dreams”
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Incoming Laurier student chosen for RBC Students Leading Change scholarship Incoming Laurier student chosen for RBC Students Leading Change scholarship
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Orientation Week information for Laurier’s graduate students
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Publishers Weekly reviews Laurier historian's book on John Birch Society
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Former NFL player speaks to Laurier student athletes about dispelling gender stereotypes Former NFL player speaks to Laurier student athletes about dispelling gender stereotypes
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Important changes to Laurier's wireless network
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Reminder to students: classes begin Sept. 4 Reminder to students: classes begin Sept. 4
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Laurier's Faculty of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies receives national award
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Jonathan Finn, Department of Communication Studies Jonathan Finn loves teaching communication studies because students often have personal experiences with topics like surveillance and advertising, which make for fruitful class discussions. Finn has researched the use of visual representation in contemporary law-enforcement practices, and he’s currently researching photographic representation in sport, such as the photo-finish, instant-replay and other uses of the photograph as a juridical tool.

Jonathan Finn
Associate Professor,
Department of Communication Studies