Wilfrid Laurier University Student Publication
Executive Director: Bryn Ossington, firstname.lastname@example.org, ext. 3565
President and Publisher: Erin Epp, email@example.com
Office Location: 205 Regina Street
Main Office: 519-884-0710, ext. 3560
Wilfrid Laurier University Student Publication (WLUSP) is Laurier's autonomous student run media organization, serving both undergraduate and graduate students. WLUSP is home to all the great and nationally recognized student run media found at Laurier's Waterloo, Brantford and Kitchener campuses.
The Cord - a weekly newspaper produced for the Waterloo campus and community
The Sputnik - a bi-weekly newspaper produced for the Brantford campus community
Blueprint Magazine - a graphic and literary magazine distributed seven times a year
The Keystone - Waterloo campus's official yearbook
The Carnegie - Brantford campus's official yearbook
WLU'er- Waterloo campus's official student handbook
The Orbiter - Brantford campus's official student handbook
The Wingspan - campus information booklet
These publications are available free of charge (except The Keystone) to all full-time undergraduate students.
WLUSP.com - WLUSP's organizational website
Thecord.ca - the online version of The Cord newspaper
Thesputnik.ca - the online version of The Sputnik newspaper
Radiolaurier.com - our online radio station's homepage
Blueprintmagazine.ca - the online version of the Blueprint magazine
WLUSP's newest product is our online radio station. Providing the Laurier community with high quality programs on the latest music and commentary on news and events. Radio Laurier also works with local venues to put on concerts and events to showcase local talent and expose new artists.
Graduate Photography and Class Composites
WLUSP is responsible for organizing graduate photography and class composites for graduating students.
Wilfrid Laurier University Student Publications offers experience in desktop publishing, photography, advertising sales and design and journalism. WLUSP is overseen and managed by students elected annually to the board of directors.