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Convocation postponed, virtual ceremony in June

In order to practice social distancing, UW announced that they will not be holding in-person convocations in June. "Having the chance to meet and celebrate...

COVID-19 on co-op: Student safety faces off against profits in a pandemic

Compared to most other post-secondary institutions, UW had an extra wrench thrown into their decision making during the COVID-19 pandemic: coop. While it’s easy for...

COVID-19 threatens KW businesses

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses across the KW region are facing huge reductions in revenue, with many closing down for the...

Ezra Ave. empty on St. Patrick’s Day following COVID-19 outbreak

Last year, Ezra street’s St. Patrick's Day party hosted over 33,000 people on Mar. 17 — this year, Waterloo Regional Police Officers were the...

Waterloo residences ask students to leave as COVID-19 pandemic halts the academic mission

Days after all in-person classes were cancelled at UW, the athletic and recreational facilities on campus have completely closed, and UW students were asked...

UW professors stand with the Wet’suwet’en Nation

Eighty professors and students from UW have signed a statement of solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en Nation of British Columbia, along with 5908 individuals from...

How to Find the Ideal Co-op Job: Advice from Experienced Students

Finding a good co-op job requires three things: figuring out the kind of job you want, crafting a flawless resume, and nailing the interview.  To...

Campus Question: How do you keep yourself motivated to finish the term strong?

  “Just finishing. Period. I stay motivated by keeping in mind and knowing that it’s soon going to be over, and it will be Summer!...

Les francophones de la région Kitchener-Waterloo attestent d’un manque de communauté

Traduction par: Genevieve Sammon Danielle Louzado Lexie Coakley Josh Spaley Rifa Khan De nombreux Canadiens anglophones pourraient penser que le français est seulement préservé au Québec et sur les documents...

KW francophones find a lack of community

Many English Canadians might think that French is only kept alive in Quebec and on the backside of government documents.  However, according to Statistics Canada,...
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