From the grand opening of the Laurier-Brantford
But the Laurier experience is best told by the stories of our students' successes and the impact our researchers are making in the world.
Check out the 10 most-read stories that inspired our community in 2018:
Got ink? Economics professor Bradley Ruffle and psychology professor Anne Wilson conducted a study that concludes people with tattoos, particularly ones that can’t easily be covered up, are more impulsive and short-sighted than people without.
New paramedics seeking employment and paramedics returning to work after extended absences will now be able to take an evidence-based physical abilities test developed by a team of researchers in close consultation with working paramedics, including Laurier researcher Renée MacPhee.
For the third year in a row, Laurier has been ranked No. 1 in the country in its category for student satisfaction in the annual Maclean’s Rankings of Canadian Universities.
Jack McCormick, a fourth-year co-op business student and co-founder of Eye to Eye, is an
Laurier's first-ever student to earn a
Cannabis: from stigma to standardized
Spring Campus Magazine 2018
Laurier researchers Paul Mallet, Bruce McKay
First-year BBA students win summer jobs at TD
Jan. 8, 2018
Four first-year double-degree Lazaridis School students Hayden Carver, Tristan Donelle, Natasha Kasunic and Erica Yang, won
Laurier grad Elizabeth Clarke has been through more challenges in her 21 years than many people experience in their lifetimes. Taken into foster care at a young age, she was later adopted, only to lose her father at the age of six and her mother this past winter. The supportive community around her at Laurier helped her keep going – and thriving.
Laurier unveils Market Square plans at
Mar. 26, 2018
Market Square on Laurier's Brantford campus will be transformed into new academic, cultural and service spaces to support continued growth at the Brantford campus.
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