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Kevin Hiebert wants to make it easy for non-voters to have their voice heard. “It’s typically close to half of eligible people don’t vote. That in and of itself is the single largest block. They would form a majority for...
The Waterloo Warriors have lost a teammate and friend. Lam Diing, a 23-year-old wide receiver was fatally stabbed Saturday night. Waterloo Regional Police said Diing was with friends at a home on Kenora Avenue in Kitchener when police were called, just...
As part of Nutrition Month, Sandra Ace has made a point of dispelling nutrition myths that have surfaced on campus over the years. As a registered dietitian working for Health Services at the University of Waterloo, Ace provides one-on-one nutrition...
Having recovered from his inability to feel his face when he’s with us, The Weeknd is back to grace the world with his newest 22-minute EP, My Dear Melancholy,. The comma is intentional, as if it was the start...
Today’s column deals with the subject of death and dying. While I have not intended it to be so, I do warn that this may be a difficult topic for some readers. The recognition of our own mortality is one...
Warning: This review contains spoilers. Red Sparrow is a modern-day thriller that follows the life of a female spy. While most chose to see Black Panther, Red Sparrow came out around the same time. Though the names are parallel to...
All of my classes are on the south side of campus  and it limits my easy-access food options in the areas surrounding the Student Life Centre (SLC). It’s hard to navigate from SLC to anywhere else making the search...
upcoming events April 2018 “Savour  in Stratford” — Stratford Chocolate Trail; Railway Century Exhibition; Duffy Dent - A Soldiers Art and more! Discover Stratford at www.visitstratford.com. For all of UpTown Waterloo April activities visit www.uptownwaterloobia.com. Thursday, April 12 & 13 Third annual used book...
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