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Fighting transphobia on campus

by Harleen Kaur Dhillon Naomi Dylan is afraid future laws may make them a target for discrimination because of their gender. “I think it’s a...

U of G prof charged

by Farishteh Khan University of Guelph professor John Kissick has been catapulted into the spotlight as a result of alleged assault charges filed by his...

A Warrior’s legacy: mentorship

by Victoria Gray UW Athletics Department and Wilfrid Laurier’s athletics department have lost a legend, but his legacy will live on. Long-time Warrior, mentor and champion...

Mayors in the making? Waterloo’s candidates have their say

by Hannah Tellier Election season has returned in Waterloo and as per custom, candidates have been hitting the streets in the hopes of putting their...

Kitchener-Waterloo’s First Zero Waste Grocery Store

by Micaela Yawney Within just a few months, Kitchener-Waterloo’s first zero waste grocery store will be open for business. Zero Waste Bulk is a local company...

Referendum to extend fall break

by Melissa Thomas The Federation of Students would like to clarify that the Fall Break Referendum is intended to be an unbiased forum where students...

Experience religion in today’s world

Ever wondered about Christianity, Buddhism, Humanism, or Indigenous faiths? This conference can shed some light on the questions you may have about those religions’...

Police briefs

The Waterloo Regional Police Service is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Arvind Ravi, 21. Arvind left his home in Waterloo on September...

Single and Sexy in Kitchener-Waterloo

by Abigail Constable The third and final showing of Single and Sexy, a small-cast performance for orientation audiences, took place on Wednesday evening in the...

Waterloo fighting the opioid crisis

by Diego Duran Opioid-related deaths have been on the rise in the Waterloo region. Rising almost 270% from 2015-2017, this year is on track to...
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