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Union efforts by UW Grad students face first vote

Graduate students at UW are looking to unionize.  The process, which began in November, 2019, will be put to a vote between July 20 and...

Everything you need to know about Stage 3 in KW

Many parts of Ontario are moving into Stage 3 of reopening the economy Friday Jul. 17, 2020, with the Waterloo Region among the municipalities...

Changes to OSAP for 2020-2021: What’s new and how student groups are reacting

Many changes have been made to the OSAP process this year. These changes include an information module that outlines the information that needs to be...

Sexual assaults at UW mishandled, ignored students say

Two students have accused UW of taking the side of their abusers by refusing to properly investigate or discipline individuals alleged to have sexually...

Anti-racism courses won’t be mandatory at UW despite 8,000 signature petition

Over 8,000 students have now signed a petition titled, “Addition of Anti-Racism course to mandatory degree requirement for all faculties.” This petition was created...

GSA & WUSA Donate to Black initiatives

The Graduate Student Association (GSA) and the Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA) donated money to Black initiatives following massive protests across the country.  On June...

White prof used N-word multiple times “loud and proud” student says

A first-year student who wishes to remain anonymous told Imprint she was in Professor BJ Rye's class when Rye used the N-word and provided...

White professor who used N-word in class will keep her job, won’t face any...

In an interview with Imprint, Dr. Scott Kline, President of St. Jerome’s University, confirmed that Professor BJ Rye, who used the N-word in class,...

Central Park Karen: UW’s most infamous alumna

On Monday, May 25, 2020, Amy Cooper was walking her dog in New York City’s Central Park, in an area called the Rambles. Meanwhile,...

Fall semester will be different

As we all adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic, UW has made the Fall 2020 semester with mixed remote and in-person learning.  On Friday, May 27,...
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