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Contest: Win your happily Ever After

For those in need of the ultimate utopian festival escape – we’ve got you covered. Imprint will be giving out a pair of tickets to...

City takes brunt of St. Paddy’s festivities Annual street party continues to cost Waterloo...

The City of Waterloo is fed up with footing a $713,500 bill for a St. Patrick’s Day party. The task force met on Apr. 13...

Outcry for inclusion Event featuring Faith Goldy cancelled due to high security costs

The Faculty Association of the University of Waterloo (UW) won the battle to maintain a culture of diversity and inclusion on campus. The Laurier Society...

SLC construction delayed Expected completion pushed towards end of spring term 2019

The completion date of construction in the Student Life Centre has been pushed to Spring 2019. The SLC/PAC expansion has been underway for almost a...

Waterloo Warrior fatally stabbed 23-year-old wide receiver, Lam Diing died in hospital Sunday

The Waterloo Warriors have lost a teammate and friend. Lam Diing, a 23-year-old wide receiver was fatally stabbed Saturday night. Waterloo Regional Police said Diing was...

UW prof emeritus stands up for plankees in pain

At-home exercise routines for core strength always include the plank, but new research is suggesting people hold it for too long. The plank is a...

Service for racialized students passes at Feds General Meeting

The Mar. 21 Feds General Meeting (GM) was a success, with the racialized student service fee passed, in addition to the appointment of the...

Faith Goldy sparks protest in Laurier

In response to Journalist Faith Goldy’s arranged speech on Mar. 22, titled “Ethnocide: Multiculturalism and European Canadian Identity,” a Korean-Canadian poet and musician Janice Lee...

Making colour visible Feds to create a service to support racialized students

Late 2017, Vice reached out to a student at the University of Waterloo who was asked by the institution to prove that visible minorities...

Ford’s election brings Trump-style populism to Ontario

On Mar. 10, the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party elected Doug Ford to be their leader in the wake of Patrick Brown’s resignation amid allegations...
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