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UW introduces math for good & evil

The newest course offered by the Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) program at Grebel may seem like a math course, but, it is open...

UW disability dispute

Engineering student at UW Alexis Blair, filed an application under the human rights code arguing that UW failed to grant her a disability-related fund.  “As...

UW welcomes first Sikh chaplain in university history

Simran Parmar said he’s stepped up to be the first Sikh chaplain at UW to target discrimination within the university and provide a voice...

Holocaust banner defaced

A Holocaust Education Week banner was vandalized with antisemitic political slogans on November 4. The exhibit at which the vandalization occurred was hosted by Hillel Waterloo/Laurier....

Students struggle to access counselling

A UW student was denied an immediate appointment with Counselling Services during Thrive Week because they weren’t booking for mental health issues at the time. Priya...

How safe are UW co-op employers?

Some students face difficulties when looking for a co-op position and wanting to ensure that an employer is reputable, and more importantly, safe.  The Workplace...

UW faces a deficit of notetakers

AccessAbility Services recently notified students with disabilities about the unavailability of a notetaker six weeks into the fall term according to Reddit user u/one-too-manyof,...

The end of an E(z)ra?

Twice a year, thousands of students from Waterloo and beyond gather on Ezra Ave. to celebrate Homecoming and St. Patrick’s Day. Many students view this...

Decreased counselling to come

Counselling services recently started following a guideline that only allows for a maximum of six sessions per student, down from the previous 10 .  The...

Canadian Jewish groups divided over BDS

Canadian Jewish groups are fighting back pro-Israel advocacy groups after a campaign was launched encouraging students to opt out of student union fees.  “ will...
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