Current Arts Clubs
The Communication Students Association is a student run organization that helps to ameliorate the academic and social experience of students in the Communication Studies program at Wilfrid Laurier University. By organizing a number of events including Meet the Professors Night (end of October) and Careers in Communications Night (mid March), the CSA helps to connect students with their professors and the outside professional world. These events will inspire and give students an idea of what the future holds with their degree. This year the CSA is also planning a trip to New York City on January 17-20, 2013 for Communications Studies students, as well as Arts students, which has been a great success and a remarkable experience for all students in the past. This is an amazing opportunity to not only sight see in the inspiring city of New York but also see what the future could hold for a CS major by taking tours related to communication, broadcasting and business. We are excited for the 2012-2013 school year and hope that all of you will come out and represent WLU’s Communication Studies program!
Anastasia Ivaniv & Hollie Stoyles
Co-Presidents of Communication Students Association
The WLU Archaeology Society is a club for students who are majoring or are interested in the field of archaeology. Our goal is to provide opportunities for members to get together outside of class, meet new friends, share experiences, learn and have a great time! The Society hosts a variety of social and academic events throughout the year including parties, trips, movie nights and guest lectures. Find out about our meetings and events on our Facebook Page (WLU Archaeology Society) and follow us on Twitter @WLUArchSociety.
The Laurier Sociology Students Association (LSSA) seeks to be a voice for Wilfrid Laurier Students currently enrolled in Sociology either as a major, double major, or minor. Our goal is to represent Sociology students within the Faculty of Arts by offering services in the interest of our students or committing charitable acts to promote positive social change. The LSSA also serves as a networking opportunity to further enrich Laurier’s Sociology community. The LSSA hosts a variety of events throughout the year including career planning presentations, workshops, guest speakers, documentary nights, socials, community outreach and volunteer events. More information about LSSA meetings and events can be found on our Facebook page (Laurier Sociology Students Association (LSSA) or through our Twitter @WLU_LSSA.
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The Medieval Students’ Society is a student-run organization connected to the Medieval Studies Program, with a special emphasis on the medievalism aspect of the program. The MSS strives to create a balance between fun and academics by joining the two in our events. These are held weekly, and vary from calligraphy workshops and medieval jeopardy to costumed feasts featuring medieval recipes and a trip to Medieval Times. This year, we are making a special trip to the movie premiere of The Hobbit. In March, the MSS also hosts the Medieval Colloquium, an academic conference at which students can present papers written on medieval topics, gaining them valuable presentation experience.
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