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Don’t sweat it: UW startup for sweat free living By: Meghan Coish

Chanakya Ramdev, founder of clothing company Sweat Free, and former student of Management Engineering at UW, believes that your clothing should do more than...

Professors should be more entertaining Students say it’s a profs job to make classes...

Researchers from UW found a majority of students believe they have the right to use technology in class however they please, and it’s the...

WaterlooWorks — or does it? Students demand flexibility in co-op

Quinton Lucyk is demanding the right to say, ‘no’ to jobs he doesn’t want. When he refused to work for a company he didn’t...

Climate change: State of emergency By: Ayma Aqib

The effects of climate change are expected to become catastrophic within the next two decades. The federal government is in full-gear to reduce Canada’s...

National Indigenous People’s Day

In honour of her late mother, Justice Audrey Greensummers wore a healing jingle dress and performed in the Jingle Dress Dance as a gold...

Getting kinky done the right way By: Chidinma Ikebujo and Abbas Safdari, Cofounders of...

A hairstylist once told Sandra Ellis her hair is weird. As a woman of African descent her hair isn’t weird, it’s kinky. Now a licensed...

Dropbike pilot project comes to UW

A pilot project by Dropbike, a company providing an affordable and convenient bike sharing program, is replacing the Community Access Bikeshare (CAB), which was...

Feds plan to change name and logo The Federation of Students will be rebranded...

For 20 years, the UW’s student union has served the student population under the name, Federation of Students or affectionately known as, the Feds. This...

UWAFT — the team to watch! By: Asad Bhatti, Project manager of UWAFT

The University of Waterloo Alternative Fuels Team (UWAFT) was in Atlanta Georgia participating in year one EMC competition earlier this month, competing against 11...

Looking forward: our planet, our future By: Jenn Jaeger

Youth, parents, university students, and passionate community members gathered in Uptown Waterloo Town Square to take part in the second global climate protest. Similar strikes...
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