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Servers robbed by employers

Teneile Warren, a Sous-Chef, described a dine and dash incident last year in which the bartender was forced to pay the full bill. “Two customers...

Trudeau faces his past

For the third time, Justin Trudeau was seen in a video wearing blackface. Shot in the early 1990s, the location of the video is unclear. It...

Far-right coming to UW

  The Department of Political Science at the UW is sponsoring 100 Debates on the Environment-Waterloo on Oct. 9, 2019, at the Theatre of Arts. The...

Make your vote count more: volunteer!

During the weeks leading up to the election, political parties and Elections Canada have a lot to prepare for.  With the upcoming federal election taking...

Adventures around Waterloo: know what to do at the ION stops

In last week’s issue, we started our ION stop exploration at Research and Technology Park, University of Waterloo, and Laurier-Waterloo. This week, we’re continuing our...

“How do you think we should respond to the photos of Trudeau’s brown-face costume?”

“I don’t believe that his actions regarding black/ brown face were the right thing to do and it can be seen as offensive or...

The Fergus House: grand opening

The Fergus House, second of the planned four buildings of the Philips Square community, held its grand opening on Friday, September 20th.  Markham-based real estate...

UN begins gender equity tour at UW

Over a hundred students gathered in the SLC/PAC parking lot on Sep. 16 to join delegates from UW and UN Women in launching the...

Students fight KW4Rent, landlords

Sylvia Skoruch is a 4th-year student at UW who is leading the charge for acceptable and affordable housing for students in Waterloo. Her motivation stems...

Fire drills or real fire?

On Friday, Sep. 6, fire alarms sounded through the network of UW Residences. In the morning around 8.00 a.m., students  evacuated the residences.  “I was...
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