Happy Halloween
Next Week Now/Next Week Now

Happy Halloween


Happy Halloween! I hope you guys have a safe and raucous weekend and a great Monday. We might even see some costumes in class next week.
On the show I read a couple short scary stories from the reddit page r/shortscarystories. In movies there are a couple fun Halloween events happening around town including the Princess playing Rocky Horror Picture Show and the Apollo having quite a few viewings of different Halloween classics. There are also several club events going on in uptown, most having costume competitions.
In the news, there have been several discoveries in prosthetic limb technology that are awesome. There were some sci-fi-esque developments in a battery based on he human intestine and a diamond being used as an advance storage device.
Lastly, in old news, an escapologist was going to get out of a straight jacket while hanging upside down in the middle of a street on July 7th 1928. It’s interesting that the field of escapology has not changed much in 88 years.
If you guys would like to contact me tweet me @NextWeekNow, and I’ll talk to you Next Week Now.

Radio Laurier Presents: Dirty Bingo

Radio Laurier Presents: Dirty Bingo

We are back at it again with Dirty Bingo.  What better way to wind down the semester than yelling dirty words and winning some awesome prizes thanks to the Stag Shop:

WHERE: Chainsaw, 28 King St. N. Waterloo

WHEN: Wednesday, March 30 2016

Doors open at 6:30, and bingo starts at 7.

$5 gets you entry into the event and 2 bingo cards! Additional cards are $1 each.

We will also be having a raffle! Tickets will be available for $2 for 1 or 3 for $5



Check out the facebook even here: https://www.facebook.com/events/470730736456045/


Good Fridays with Williams in the Morning

Good Friday mornings, lead to good Friday nights

The Morning Show/The Morning Show

Good Fridays with Williams in the Morning

Good Friday mornings, lead to good Friday nights

Good Friday mornings, lead to good Friday nights

Hey Yall

With my first Blog post for my new gig Friday mornings at 9-11am as part of the morning show crew. I want to give you a little intro into what the show is all about .

This was my third show in and what a time to be alive. Its a show about having fun and getting ready to tackle the day and more importantly get ready for the weekend. I like to Wrap up happenings from the week that was, and make sure everyone is fresh for the most important days of the week Friday and Saturday. A lot of Shop style talk where its all fun and games with a lot of  wacky dumb and silly topics.

For this show it is the first Friday evening where I wont be working all semester long. So a lot of the show was spent tailored around going out, or at least drinking a few cold ones.

What was on the Show for Friday February 26th

  • The Report: Today’s top Canadian news stories from Americas finest news sources. We Talked about Paytan manning and his attempt to deny the latest allegations against the hall of fame and recent Superbowl winning quarterback.
  • As well we did some Big league Banter. For this it was focused on the NHL Trade deadline and the MLB spring training my notably the Blue jays and Joes Bat fips lasted news on contracts. As well Old boy John Gibbons and his cannon slipped in there.
  • Our daily Seinfeld clip of the week: Was about my trip to Toronto over reading week and the pleasant traffic that existences in that town. Well Kramer let us know really the only way to beat Traffic…
  • Fridays Five the biggest, best, top, most all star quality list of 5 for this week: Was people you meet on Spring Break. this is one segment you don’t want to miss on any Friday.
  • Finally Wrapping the show up with My bone to pick in this world… THE SO CALLED KING OF THE JUNGLE

All music on this show was centered around country music and cold cans… as i was getting ready to go to Dallas. Selfish I know but its fun to do every once and a while.

Drink a beer- Luke Bryan, Anything goes- Florida Georgia Line, Beer in mexico- Kenny Chesney, Beer Money- Kip Moore, Save Water, Drink Bee- Chris Young, Power of positive Drinking Chris Janson, One more Drinking song- Jarrod Niemon, Parking lot party- Lee Brice, Days of Gold- Jake Owen, Alcohol- Brad Paisley, Drink in my hand- Eric church, Tequila makes her clothes come off- Joe Nichols, Day Drinking- Little Big Town, Margaritaville- Jimmy Buffett, Take my Drunk ass Home-Luke Bryan,  Red Solo Cup- Toby Keith, I think ill just stay here and drink a beer- Merle Haggard, Pretty good at drinking beer- billy currington, boys Round here- Blake Shelton, I like Beer- Tom T Hall, Beer for my horses- Toby Keith, Drinking Bone- Tracy Byrd, Somthing bout a truck- justin Moore, Barefoot blue jean night- Jake owen. Hope the Country beer songs didnt get old everyone.

Have a safe and Happy Weekend. Enjoy a Cold one. See you out there..

Be responsible. Don’t drink and Drive. Party Safe people. Forget the Smoke.

And Remember for every 1 mile of highway there is 2 of ditch. So keep it between the Mustard and the mayonnaise.

Williams in the Morning



Laurier Students Meet Their Federal Candidates
News/News Unplugged/The Morning Show

Laurier Students Meet Their Federal Candidates


On Wednesday, October 7th, Waterloo candidates gathered in Laurier’s concourse to debate and discuss their platforms for the upcoming federal election.

Representatives from all four parties were present: Conservative’s Peter Braid, New Democratic Party’s Diane Freeman, Liberal’s Bardish Chagger, and Green Party’s Richard Walsh.

The debate was primarily focused on student issues, with the concern of student debt playing a key role in each of the candidates’ discussion points.


Each party came forward with a plan of action to combat student debt. The individual candidates’ main points were as follows:

1. Chagger stated that the Liberal Party would not only increase access to student loans, but also absorb interest in the repayment time until students are earning a minimum salary of $25,000 a year.

2. In Braid’s plan, the Conservative Party would use Canada’s current Student Loans and Grants program to eliminate in-study income from loans, for students who are balancing a job while attending post-secondary education.

3. Walsh projected that by 2020, the Green Party would be able to eliminate tuition fees altogether. The party would also forgive any student debt over $10,000, contribute annually to local municipalities to hire young people, and have a guaranteed annual income.

4. Freeman proposed that the New Democratic Party would eliminate all interest on student loans over the next 7 years, help establish 40,000 new permanent internship and co-op opportunities for students, and build affordable housing for new graduates.


Another hot-button topic that arose during the debate was the lack of Aboriginal students entering the post-secondary sector.

All four candidates agreed that the government must work alongside Aboriginal communities to invest further in their education.

Walsh, Freeman, and Chagger noted that the current Conservative government’s cuts to Aboriginal communities must be restored in order for Aboriginal students to thrive. Braid stated that the Conservative government is prepared to assist each Indigenous community on a nation-by-nation basis.


To close off the debate, candidates gave a final statement to summarize their arguments.

1. In Braid’s closing statement, he emphasized that the Conservative Party is “the only choice to keep our economy strong, and taxes low”.

2. Walsh argued that the Green Party has “the vision to get our economy on track for an environmentally sustainable future”.

3. Freeman stated that her background in engineering has prepared her to invest in Waterloo with “stable funding for roads, bridges, affordable housing, and transit”.

4. Chagger closed by stressing the Liberal government’s values “compassion, inclusion, and respect for the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms”.

Each candidate brought on strong tactics to entice students and delivered key messages as to how they would deliver change within the community.


As the debate came to a close, students took the time to get to know the candidates before they will be placing their ballots in the upcoming voting days.


Radio Laurier Mid-Week Update 2.0
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Radio Laurier Mid-Week Update 2.0

Hola Tanneritos!

Yes, I have in fact been watching WAY too much Full House lately.


So we’re back again with our Radio Laurier Mid-Week Update, it’s only been 7 days but I’ve missed you, have you missed me? Probably not…ANYWAY we’re keeping up our end of the bargain and coming at you once again for another update, can you believe it! I know it’s just crazy, but we’re throwing caution to the wind and doing it again!


Without further adieu, LETS GET INTO IT!


LOCAL UPDATE! Let’s start with a local update! Local artist and incredibly talented Richard Garvey had the release show last Sunday June 7th at the Queens St Commons in KW for his latest album “Where Fools Gather”, did you get a chance to be at the show? Voted “ Best Local Musician” in our WLSUP’s Brother from another Mother The Community Edition’s “The Best of Waterloo Region”  The album is just incredible, and to prove it we have a review for this album, stay tuned for more info and update on this amazing local talent! (How many times was the word local said in this update? Submit your answer for a chance to win a hardy high-five!)




Windy City Slaughter is a new deathcore band coming out of Grade Prairie, Alberta. Their music draws upon dark imagery to get their messages across found in their lyrics focusing on facing fears and overcoming them. They are a four piece band comprised of vocals, bass, drums and guitar, as well as interesting additions like their signature Pig Squeals! Oink! WCS is currently touring across Canada this June with their last show THIS SATURDAY at Dstrct (19+) in Guelph promoting their newest 6 track demo “Alpha”! If you’re a fan of Protest the Hero, Suicide Silence, Bring Me The Horizon or any others like that then you’ll love these guys! If you have a chance to make it out to the show let us know your thoughts!


OKAY SO this isn’t directly music related BUT I think it’s actually pretty cool, remember k-os? No not Kris-Kross! The Canadian rapper, K-OS! WELL he has hooked up with Beau’s All Natural Brewing Company to make a new beer called “Golden Vox” which is set to be release at the Session Toronto Craft Beer Festival on June 13th.



NEXT! Bad Channels is a Toronto based electronic duo made up of Nick Grottick and Jess Gierusz who meet as teeners and morphed into what is now Bad Channels in 2012! Originally producers, they have now released their first single “Sad Channels” with Buzz Records. It is said that this release is a “high point” for Bad Channel, but since it’s sad and bad should it be considered a low point, I’m not sure how this all works! BUT what I do know is that it is a great single and really showcases their producing talent as well as their artistic side. Next Saturday, June 20th is their first show for this single in Toronto at the Horseshoe Tavern BUT they will also being in Guelph at Jimmy Jazz on July 18th so if you miss them downtown head to Guelph!



A new single was released on Friday June 5th from the three piece band Young Empires! The newest single “Sunshine” is a track that will be found on their debut album being released later this year. You can listen to the track via Soundcloud or Spotify.




Well that’s all I’ve got for you this week! If YOU have something important that you want to be featured in our weekly updates please e-mail us at publicrelations@radiolaurier.com. If you’ve got any questions, message us on any of our platforms, on this post or go to our Contact page to find who is best to contact! You’ll notice we have quite a few vacant positions up there and that is because WE ARE STILL HIRING! Apply today but e-mailing Meghan at station.manager@radiolaurier.com! See I even saved you a full 5 seconds by telling you her name so you wouldn’t have to look it up yourself! (You’re welcome!)



Peace Easy Friendships!



Jason Jenings Presents SUBZERO @ BETA Nightclub

Jason Jenings Presents SUBZERO @ BETA Nightclub

What could be better than an internationally known DJ coming back to his old stomping ground for a night to remember? Nothing.

That’s right folks, Canadian progressive & electro house music DJ JASON JENINGS is touching down on Thursday, January 29th at BETA Nightclub right here in Waterloo. In association with Party103.com, Jason is throwing his album release party, appropriately titled SUBZERO!

If you love EDM or just having a great night out in Waterloo with some great music, YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS ONE! Things kick off at 10pm and only heat up from there. Look forward to the perfect blend of progressive and electro with some hard house sprinkled throughout.

Grab tickets right here and check out the video below to get you into that SUBZERO mode!