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Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen is the associate content editor at Sudbury.com. She also covers education and the arts scene. Follow her on Twitter @HeidiUlrichsen. She can be reached by email at hulrichsen@sudbury.com.

Recent Work by Heidi

Photos: The robots take over at Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School

Photos: The robots take over at Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School

FIRST program the ‘hardest fun you’ll ever have,’ but students seem to enjoy it anyway
Fired Laurentian faculty ask for public inquiry

Fired Laurentian faculty ask for public inquiry

They also want their jobs reinstated and the province to pay their full severance
Photos: Tree lighting event in Copper Cliff

Photos: Tree lighting event in Copper Cliff

Popular community festive event returns after COVID hiatus
New Laurentian interim leaders to be revealed soon: board chair

New Laurentian interim leaders to be revealed soon: board chair

University has been operating this fall with an ‘interim interim’ president after Haché’s departure prior to LU’s CCAA exit, but a longer-term appointment is coming within ‘days, not weeks’
Photos: Coniston’s first annual Christmas parade

Photos: Coniston’s first annual Christmas parade

Organizer promises an even ‘bigger and better’ parade next year
Laurentian board bolsters its dwindling numbers

Laurentian board bolsters its dwindling numbers

Four new members have joined the board since the summer
Photos: Tree-lighting event at Tom Davies Square

Photos: Tree-lighting event at Tom Davies Square

‘Merry and Bright’ artificial tree will now be lit until early January
No special treatment for fired Laurentian brass, documents show

No special treatment for fired Laurentian brass, documents show

Despite their positions, former president Dr. Robert Haché and former provost Dr. Marie-Josée Berger are being treated as creditors of the university like every other LU employee terminated during the CCAA
Illness-related absentee rate hits 30% at some local schools

Illness-related absentee rate hits 30% at some local schools

‘Very high’ numbers of kids off sick from Sudbury schools, health unit says, thanks to a combination of respiratory virus, influenza and COVID-19
Angus introduces bill to prevent CCAA use by public institutions

Angus introduces bill to prevent CCAA use by public institutions

‘The decision to use the CCAA at Laurentian was without precedent, and it had disastrous consequences,’ says Timmins-James Bay MP