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Soon, the multi-year construction project in the core of Uptown Waterloo will be complete. The last phase of construction of this streetscape improvement project will be happening over the next eight weeks. This will compose of building bike lanes and...
During orientation week, students see a University of Waterloo production called Single and Sexy, a play put on for first years to bring attention to topics such as sexuality, safe sex, and rape. Almost three years later, five of...
There’s no doubt that situational and environmental factors affect our mental health or that there are biological factors which lead to a person’s mental health disposition— the entire field of epigenetics proves this. But to outright say “don’t chemicalize,...
There was a time when dating was a simple economic transaction between families. Humans married for money and assets. Women were negotiated in business deals, and men of the right stature had their pick of the litter. Fast forward...
Former Prime Minister of Canada (1979-80), the Honourable Charles Joseph Clark, visited UW on May 22 to express his concerns about relying on polling and lack of citizenship engagement in Canadian politics. “The world of politics that I entered in...
The department of Athletics and Recreation’s head athletic therapist, Rob Burns, is leaving the department after 19 years to take on a new professional challenge. “I’ve definitely enjoyed my time in athletics and it’s developed into a longer career than...
Welcome to spring term from your undergraduate student union, Federation of Students! If we haven’t met before, let us introduce ourselves: we’ve been representing University of Waterloo undergrads for over half a century, bringing issues that are important to...
Mental illness is increasing among the young. According to CMHA statistics: In any given year, one in five people in Canada will personally experience a mental health problem or illness and, by age 40, about 50 per cent of...
Not talking about mental health issues is killing students. I have had the pleasure of leading Imprint Publications for two months, but in that time more than 15 students have come into my office asking if they could write a...
May was Mental Health Month and the University of Waterloo has invested time and effort to run special events, and programming promoting awareness to get a dialogue going within and beyond the school community. Initiated in the past 12...
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