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WUSA Asks for Your Feedback on Its Long Range Plan

For a lot of University of Waterloo students, ‘WUSA’ might be a term that they have only heard in passing, or occasionally in discussions....

COVID-19 cases continue to fluctuate in the Waterloo Region

On Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021, the Region of Waterloo Public Health confirmed a total of 93 new cases, making this the first time since...

Ontario government issues another state of emergency and stay-at-home order

What you need to know about Ontario’s stay-at-home new and extended restrictions Premier Doug Ford declared a second provincial state of emergency, issuing a stay-at-home...

UW prepares for the second Lockdown

In response to increasing positive COVID-19 cases, the Ontario government announced a province-wide lockdown in an attempt to contain the surge of cases. The...

Lori Campbell: Proud to be a Warrior

Lori Campbell knows what it means to walk the wire, she has what it takes to fight her way through hardship, and she understands...

Community comes together to build a tiny house for the Land Back Movement

In support of the Land Back Movement, the Waterloo community came together to build a tiny house to help the Indigenous community protect their...

Campus Memorial for Pearl Sullivan, Dean Emeritus of the Faculty of Engineering

The University of Waterloo has announced details regarding the campus memorial for the Faculty of Engineering’s dean emeritus, Pearl Sullivan. “Pearl Sullivan was truly an...

Indian Farmer Protest Goes Global

Hundreds of thousands of farmers have entered their 46th day of protesting at Delhi’s borders in India, as of Jan. 10, 2021. Farmers are protesting...

Kitchener Councillors Approve $8.5M For UW Medtech Centre

UW Kitchener is partnering with the city of Kitchener to open a 90,000 square-foot health innovation and medical technology centre.  In November, 2020, Kitchener city...

Herd Immunity and the Fight Against COVID-19: UW Associate Professor Weighs In

During the early stages of the pandemic, there was significant debate about which methods would prove most effective for flattening the COVID-19 curve. One...
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