Arts & LIfe

Arts & LIfe

A Picture of Dignity Conrad Grebel art exhibit shines a light on dementia

The art exhibit, Painting a Picture of Dignity, seeks to showcase artwork by individuals with dementia. It is organized by Marlena Books, a publishing company...

Celebrating life on Day of the Dead

Contrary to popular belief, el día de los muertos, the Day of the Dead, is a celebration of life rather than death. Amidst the...

Mental health committee opens discussion to students

Feds hosted a Q&A panel with members of the President’s Advisory Committee on Student Mental Health (PAC-SMH) moderated by Associate Provost of Students Chris...

Getting high on campus: Part 3 Hanging with the hexagons

This week on Getting High on Campus, we’re doing a complete 180. As in, we’re facing DP, and away from the sunset. We just...

Netflix review: The Defenders

Hoping to regain some lost goodwill after the stunning mediocrity of their Iron Fist series, Netflix and Marvel’s The Defenders series launched to much...

Death and taxes Akademia with Adam

It is sometimes said that the only certain things in life are death and taxes, but given his way Nozick would have us only...

Complete communities School of planning explains concept as part of the Faculty of Environment...

Two lecturers from the School of Planning took the topic head-on in the latest installment of the Faculty of Environment seminar series, Oct. 27. The...

Five frightening and family friendly Halloween movies

It’s here! It’s finally here! The last month of the term aka the last chance we have to ace tests, complete assignments and pad...

Humans vs. Zombies: Undead entertainment

Every term, a huge game of tag takes over campus for a week: Humans vs. Zombies. Players go to class as normal, but with...

Child prodigy finds his place in Waterloo

It has been over a year since Imprint sat down with Cendikiwan “Diki” Suryaatmadja, a 12-year-old prodigy at the end of his first week...
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