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Bridges connect many generations and cultures

by Alicia Wong “Respect your elders!”, “Auntie already knows, just follow her! She knows what she’s doing!” These are familiar statements; all things that we’ve heard...

Love letters to inclusive feminism

by Harleen Kaur Dhillon Feminism is not only for women. It has grown to include equality for all genders, whatever they may be. Still, an...

Reimagining the future of human relationships

by Faith Rahman “Love can take on many forms. But at the end of the day, it’s still love,” Reid, a theatre and performance major...

Translating a culture between worlds

by Faith Rahman Hailing from Tehran, Iran and having immigrated to Canada since 1992, Soheila Esfahani explores a world suspended between cultural identities, a world...

Roses are blue, violets are…?

by Faith Rahman Stumbling upon the dimly lit room unawares, at first glance the average passerby may find themselves intrigued or impassive - or strangely...

Zero waste week at UW

by Charlotte Hings Last week was Zero Waste Week here at the University of Waterloo, which encouraged students to be more aware of the waste...

The migration of young people away from Catholicism

by Harleen Dhillon  On Oct 19th, over a hundred middle- and older-aged adults gathered in St. Jerome’s University (SJU) to hear David Wells, a Catholic...

A night of celebration: Drag me to the Bomber

by Harleen Dhillon “Drag is for everybody, regardless of who you are, who society thinks you are, or who you want to be up on...

Making Waves: Going against the tide & transforming ideas into action

by Audrey Ho and Faith Rahman “Making Waves” is the theme for the 2018 TEDxUW event (“x” meaning an independently organized TED event). Started approximately...

Something’s brewing at Balzac’s

by Faith Rahman Tucked underneath Blair House on Phillip Street, Balzac’s Coffee Roasters was bustling with a diverse crowd, bringing together coffee enthusiasts from across...
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