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Conflict of interest sparks controversy for Feds

Before the start of the Feds election campaigning period, two candidates — Danielle Burt and Maaz Yasin, both of Team Spark — withdrew from...

UW Police Services targets electronic theft

UW Police Services has launched a signage initiative in campus libraries and gyms to help prevent electronic theft, the biggest crime on campus.

Meet the Senate candidates

At-large candidates <a href="http://uwimprint.ca/article/4003-imprint-media-debate-at-large-candidates" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Click here to watch the full Senate At-Large debate.</a> Soheil Koushan - Engineering,...

What matters to you? Highlights from the Feds executive Imprint debate

Presidential Candidates As chief executive officer of the corporation and chair of the board of directors, the president oversees all aspects...

Campaigning begins with debate

A Feds election debate, hosted by <em>Imprint</em>, marked the first official day of campaigning for hopeful executive, council, and senate candidates. The debate races included...

Campus Crime

Thefts Cell phone (1): Renison College – Jan. 23 Clothing (2):  ...

Cultivating International Development Here and Out There

The international population on campus may be seeing somewhat of a growth spurt in the future with the federal government’s announcement of...

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Natural gas pipeline explodes in Manitoba Near Otterburne, Manitoba a natural gas pipeline exploded just 50 km south of...

The Fab Five? Partnership for Joint PhD Programs with IIT Madras Remains Unknown

Correction: In the Jan. 31 issue of Imprint, we reported that “University of Waterloo media relations may have mistakenly announced UW as...

Feds forms space, food, spirit, sustainability committees

At Saturday’s special Feds students’ council meeting, council motioned to approve four new committees proposed by President David Collins: sustainability, campus space,...
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