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Wilfrid Laurier University Leaf
October 30, 2014
 
 
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Wilfrid Laurier Student Publications



Wilfrid Laurier University Student Publications, affectionately known as WLUSP (pronounced “wah-loo-sip”), is Laurier’s on-campus, autonomous student media organization. thumbnailer.php.jpg

 

The Cord

Started in 1926 as the College Cord, their flagship publication. The Cord Weekly is an editorially independent newspaper hitting news stands every Wednesday. The paper prides itself on providing quality reporting about issues that matter to students. Keep up-to-date with the Laurier campus and surrounding community through this weekly paper. 

Visit The Cord website:  www.cordweekly.com, to check out daily news updates along with photo galleries, blogs, interactive polls and entertainment reviews.

Blueprint

The Blueprint is Laurier’s official student magazine, known for its engaging content and unique style. With its motto "students constructing culture", the Blueprint provides thought-provoking commentary on themes like mass culture, social issues, politics and recent trends. The magazine also serves as an outlet for students to express their talents in the form of artwork, poetry and photography.

Visit the website: www.blueprintmagazine.ca for more information.

The Keystone

The Keystone is Laurier’s annual yearbook. From Homecoming highlights to championship sportsgames to events on campus to grad photos, the Keystone marks a milestone in the lives of Laurier students.

The Keystone is available for purchase to students at the end of the year. It is also distributed free of charge to graduating students who have had their grad photos taken.

The WLU'er and the Orbiter 

The WLU’er and the Orbiter are Laurier’s official student day planners, for the Waterloo and Brantford campuses respectively. They are provided free of charge to students.

 

For information about our publications in Brantford, click HERE for the Sputnik and HERE for the Carnegie.