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The Evolv1 building is the newest addition to the David Johnston Research and Technology Park and has recently been named the first building in Canada to receive a net-zero carbon building design certification. Designed by, Cora Group and Stantec...
J. Cole’s KOD was released at the end of April and, according to the North Carolina rapper, the title stands for three things: kids on drugs, king overdosed, kill our demons. We see a bit of each theme throughout the...
At the time of writing, I’ve seen Avengers: Infinity War four times. I wouldn’t mind watching it a fifth, maybe sixth time (that is if someone pays for me, I have limited funds as a student). Before the film’s North...
Welcome back to campus. Whether you’re coming back from a co-op work term or just coming off a successful exam period, spring at the University of Waterloo is a special time. When most universities take the warm months off,...
Younger voters may feel frusterated that their vote won’t make a difference in the upcoming Ontario provincial elections. While this feelingof frusteration is fair, it doesn’t have to be the truth. With the upcoming provincial election in mind, here...
Human trafficking in Ontario cities looks more like an intimate relationship than many believe. Nicky Carswell, an anti-human trafficking support worker with the Sexual Assault Support Centre (SASC) of Waterloo Region said and 69 per cent of the country’s human...
The United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have a renewed importance at the University of Waterloo. Jeffrey Sachs, Professor at Columbia University, author, and Special Advisor to UN Secretary-General on the SDGs, was on campus May 7 to...
The Region of Waterloo, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO), and the City of Cambridge have announced a feasibility study on extending the GO rail service to Cambridge. The project team is establishing the basic route for Stage 2 and...
Transit by rail may soon become part of a student’s daily commute. Stage 2 ION, another light rail transit (LRT) system for the Waterloo Region to run from Kitchener to Cambridge, is holding public consultations. “It’s somewhat of an iterative process....
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