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Federal election candidates’ take on climate change and environment

Waterloo’s federal candidates proposed starkly different approaches to the environment when they spoke with Imprint.  “The parties on the left will say that it’s all...

Polling stations at UW : Special arrangements for students

  Anyone can vote on the UW campus from October 5 to October 9. One pollig booth will be in SLC 2135  and the other...

SLC delays continue

The SLC/PAC expansion, a 63,000 square foot addition to the current Student Life Centre has been delayed again. Over the past two years, the timeline...

SkipTheDishes launches campaign with UW Students

Jordan de Olivera, a student at UW, spearheaded a student-driven Back to School 50% discount campaign from SkipTheDishes. The half-off promo is available in 22...

Accommod8u data leak shows awful conditions How many unresolved maintenance requests make you a...

On Sept. 8, 2019, Reddit user u/Accommod8u posted a report titled Fuccommod8u which outlines a security vulnerability in the website of rental agency Accommod8u. That...

Paramedic services, UW in the dark

In May, Doug Ford faced public and political push back when he revealed retroactive cuts to public health. He proposed reducing funding for public health,...

Little info on UW scholarships

Financing university tuition has always been difficult. After repeatedly asking Nicole Schuphof, Undergraduate Awards Officer at Student Awards & Financial Aid about the subject, Imprint,...

Meet the Waterloo federal candidates Candidates battle for student votes — promises of changes...

(alphabetically ordered)     Lori Campbell is the first two-spirit,  Cree-Métis, woman to seek a seat in the House of Commons. Having worked all her life for...

Who should students vote for? Imprint asked the federal Waterloo candidates why students should...

(Alphabetically ordered) Lori Campbell, NDP: “Being a student myself, I understand what problems most students face and my party’s platform addresses these issues.” OSAP: Every student...

Ezra Avenue fire

A 17-year-old male was charged with arson, property damage and mischief under $5,000 after being arrested Monday September 10. Exactly one week earlier, Ezra Avenue was...
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