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Dr. Taylor sits in his office. There is a mug in the shape of a dog wearing glasses on the desk.

UW professors discuss race

The experiences of professors of colour differ vastly from their white peers. For Christopher Taylor, a lecturer in the History department of UW, he...

Students gather to celebrate first Iftar of Ramadan

Kareem is a Muslim student who believes in the benefits of fasting for the holy month of Ramadan. “This is a chance for all...
Professor Keith Hipel

UW Professor wins Killam Prize

Keith Hipel believes in following your passion to achieve success . “Persevere at achieving your heart’s desire with the goal of benefiting others and success...
Refugees on boat

Refugee numbers at all time high

Forced to flee from her home in Eritrea at only 17-years-old, Amleset is unable to return without risk of being forced into military service...

Easter Sunday bombings across Sri Lanka shock the world and thrust hundreds into mourning

Easter Sunday, Apr. 21, was a day of mourning for Sri Lanka, a small island that fell prey to a terrorist attack. At least...

University community mourns second suicide victim in less than a week

Wilfred Laurier has lowered its flags to half mast as students across the campus mourn the loss of Jenna Lorente. Lorente, a second-year kinesiology student...

Fire at UW residence

Fire officials rushed to Ron Eydt Village on April 4 at 11 pm when one of the rooms in the west quad caught fire. Students...

Centre for Teaching Excellence award recipients

Distinguished Teacher Award 2019 Paul Fieguth, Systems Design Engineering Paul Fieguth is noted as being a “strong academic leader” within the department of Systems Design Engineering....

Waterloo welcomes new citizens

Reciting the Canadian citizenship oath of allegiance was a bittersweet moment for Saravanan Manoharan. “India doesn’t offer dual citizenship and my family is still...

More bike lanes coming

July will see the region of Waterloo install a 4.45 kilometer network of bike lanes. The lanes will connect the University of Waterloo and Wilfred...
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