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Warm hands, warm heart

by Charlotte Hings Sukhjeet Kahlon has always strived to get involved in social causes, but volunteering with WarmWokers has gotten her to see the world...

Remembrance Day events in KW

by Charlotte Hings Remebrance Day in Canada is the anniversary of the official end of the First World War, on Nov. 11, 1918. This year marks 100...

Waterloo Alumnus donates $25 million

by Harleen Kaur Dhillon Chamath Palihapitiya, a 1999 UW electrical engineering graduate, donated $25 million to the construction of the new Engineering 7 (E7) building. His...

KW hosts the 8th annual Zonta Film Festival

by Harleen Kaur Dhillon Films made by female directors are few and far between. The Zonta Film Festival (ZFF) provides a platform for Canadian female filmmakers...

UW student part of special military reserve mission task

by Andrew McLaughlin Like many soldiers in his unit, Private Edmond Wang is both a university student and a member of the Canadian Army Reserve. Wang,...

Exposing inequality for female artists

by Harleen Kaur Dhillon Rita Davies recognizes the inequality between men and women in arts. “This is not a new issue. However, there is a...

Fighting transphobia on campus

by Harleen Kaur Dhillon Naomi Dylan is afraid future laws may make them a target for discrimination because of their gender. “I think it’s a...

U of G prof charged

by Farishteh Khan University of Guelph professor John Kissick has been catapulted into the spotlight as a result of alleged assault charges filed by his...

A Warrior’s legacy: mentorship

by Victoria Gray UW Athletics Department and Wilfrid Laurier’s athletics department have lost a legend, but his legacy will live on. Long-time Warrior, mentor and champion...

Mayors in the making? Waterloo’s candidates have their say

by Hannah Tellier Election season has returned in Waterloo and as per custom, candidates have been hitting the streets in the hopes of putting their...
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