Home News Page 68


Welcome Week concert moves indoors

Feds unanimously passed and approved a $65,000 budget for this fall's Welcome Week

Tim Hortons in SCH and DC now accepting debit

UW Food Services (UWFS) locations on campus are moving into the 21st century by adding debit machines as a payment option. In the last...

Man pleads guilty after arrest on UW campus

Christian Bott, a 25-year-old male Kitchener resident, was sentenced to 90 days in jail last Wednesday after pleading guilty to carrying weapons, breaking probation...

Strategic what?

It’s no secret that a common reason students choose UW is for its co-op program, however, around 40 per cent of students are enrolled in the regular stream.

News Briefs

Rob Ford remained seated as council recognizes success of Pride Toronto In another charge of homophobia against Rob Ford,...

How much influence do students have on regional police’s strategic plan?

The University of Waterloo has received an invitation from the Waterloo Regional Police Service (WRPS) for July 14 to discuss their upcoming strategic plan.

NDP Intern Protection bill “a step in the right direction”

The NDP has tabled a bill which aims to offer more protection to unpaid interns.

SSO Launching new website for UW students

A new online communication website called Portal, a one-stop shop filled with information students need, will soon be available for all UW students.

News Briefs

Utah gay marriage ban struck down in federal court According to BBC, a Denver-based federal appeals court ruled against...

Get out your wallets, Starbucks is coming to campus

UW Food Services (UWFS) announced this week that a Starbucks will open on campus in the new Science Teaching Complex. Students took to social...
- Advertisement -