With her exchange quickly approaching, Jessica gives us some insight into how to pay for one’s travels, whether for school or for fun.
This week, Pho Dau Bo romances your local neighbourhood foodie with quality at a great price, and an assortment of tried-and-tested Pho, spring rolls, avocado, milkshakes, and some pretty amazing fried rice.
Fashion stepped out of the television and onto the runway with Fashion for Change’s fourth annual fashion show.
UW Kinesiology student Nickta Jowhari has been selected as a top 50 finalist for the Miss Universe Canada pageant. Head reporter Megan Nourse talks to Jowhari about her experiences and how they will hopefully help her win the crown.
Reporter Winona So goes to Nerd Nite at Themuseum, an exploration of sexuality as it relates to video games, comics, and more through a number of keynote speakers.
The mysteries of Harmony Lunch in Uptown Waterloo are finally unraveled as our brave food reviewer and trusty companion venture into the pork burger-filled unknown.
Travel columnist Jessica Needham provides readers with five important places for Canadians to visit before they die.
Canadian country band Blue Rodeo comes to KW, bringing their stylings to a packed house at Centre in the Square. Arts Editor Nolan Finkelstein has the report.
Intern Monica Marczuk goes to UW’s annual performance of The Vagina Monologues, exploring what it means to respect one’s womanhood, and more accurately, to respect that which makes women women: the vagina.
Head Reporter Megan Nourse goes behind the scenes to meet the humans behind the popular Humans of UWaterloo Facebook page.