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Federal election sees more women candidates than ever

This year’s federal election has more female candidates running than ever before. According to Equal Voice, an organization pushing for more female representation in...

A student’s guide to the federal election

Canada is holding a Federal Election on Sept. 20. Regardless of your political perspective, this is a chance to express your opinion in a...

How to vote in the federal election

Elections Canada’s decision not to run the “Vote on Campus” program has left many students at the University of Waterloo wondering how to cast...

A conversation with Vivek Goel, UW’s new president

As of July 1, the University of Waterloo welcomed a new president. Vivek Goel is an accomplished physician, researcher and academic administrator, whose work...

Here’s how students feel about the upcoming federal election

On Aug. 15, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called a federal election set to take place on Sept. 20, 2021. Here’s how students are...

UW to require proof of vaccination status for fall 2021 As of Sept. 7,...

Students, faculty, staff and visitors to the University of Waterloo’s campus will be required to provide proof of their vaccination status beginning Sept. 7. In...

Ontario University Reopening Plans, How does UW compare to its peers?

The Ministry of Colleges and Universities announced on July 16 that post-secondary institutions should prepare to resume in-person instruction and on-campus activities.  Universities will still...

UW Students Living in Residence must be Vaccinated against COVID-19

On July 22, the University of Waterloo announced that students will be required to be vaccinated in order to live in residence buildings.  The change...

Food Banks in Waterloo | What we can do for each other

The Food Bank of Waterloo recently launched its ”Full Bellies=Happy Hearts” summer campaign, encouraging people to join the 1 Million Meals Challenge. Running until...

COVID-19 and the rise of Slacktivism

With the onset of increased remote learning and working from home, the notion of protests and rallies has shifted from the streets to the...
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