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Waterloo’s Community Happiness Project

The City of Waterloo is launching a community happiness project. City residents are encouraged to submit positive images and recordings to spread kindness, optimism,...

Princess Cinemas auctioning off poster collection to film buffs

Local businesses continue to suffer financial losses at the hands of COVID-19, and in an effort to stay afloat and raise funds for their...

Book Review: A Time for Mercy

A Time for Mercy, John Grisham’s  latest novel and the third book in the Jake Brigance Series was finally released on Oct. 13 2020....

A Story of Clothing: Dale Boyer’s Clothswap

Like people, clothes age, and along with it, our love for them. But what comes with time is a need for something new, and...

Unmute: The Impact of a Pandemic on Gender-Based Violence

Since being confined within four walls, theatregoers have had fewer opportunities to go out and watch a great show. Lucky for us, those who...

Holiday Season Gift Guide: Small Business Edition Amidst COVID-19 Holiday Season Gift Guide: Small...

The 2020 holiday season is approaching soon, and COVID-19 is spreading fast. Small businesses are some of the hardest hit during the pandemic, forcing...

Stories From Home

During a time when we’re questioning our faith in humanity, Imprint brings you stories that try to capture the core of humanity: happiness. We...

Climate Emergency Exhibition ALARM

THEMUSEUM’s “ALARM | Responding to Our Climate Emergency exhibition” has been extended to Jan. 3, 2021. “ALARM” first opened in January,  2020, as a response...

Place & Taste: Denmark Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the home of fairy tales. Besides Denmark being the home of famed writer Hans Christian Andersen, Copenhagen’s royal palaces, legendary amusement park,...

Show me your scars by Erin Murray Interview

I sat down with a fellow UW student who in late August self-published her first book Show me your scars. As a recent fanatic...
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