Morning North | Jan 18, 2013 | 5:45

Aplying to college or university with no extra curriculars

Students applying to go to college or university are worried that the loss of extra-curricular activities could hurt their chances of being accepted. We put those concerns to an official with the registrars office at Laurentian University.

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