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UW president strengthens bonds with Chinese universities

President and vice-chancellor of the University of Waterloo, Feridun Hamdullahpur, visited China last week to strengthen already solid bonds with some of China's leading, globally renowned universities.

Waterloo Watch

The new Feds execs have started their terms, UW prof Theresa Liby has won the L.S. Rosen Outstanding Educator Award, and a UW research group has released the results of their study on well-being in Ontario.

News Briefs

In this week's news briefs, a Toronto library patron sought to have a Dr. Seuss book banned last year, Canadian parks may soon have Wi-Fi, LA Clippers owner has been banned for life, and Mines Action Canada is lobbying against "killer robots."

Feds leaves CASA

A founder and member since 1995, Feds has recently announced its withdrawal from the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA).

Bicycle cages may be coming to campus

Students on campus have begun to take advantage of the warm weather by biking to campus, but along with this comes an increase in...

Ontario budget promises $25 million to UW’s IQC (UPDATED)

Ontario budget released; promises $25 million to IQC and other goals that affect students. Update: Budget triggers provincial election, meaning $25 million for IQC is off the table.

The Wright Idea: Randall Wright sets the tone for the inaugural distinguished lecture in...

Economist Randall Wright delivers a lecture, titled "Innovation and Growth with Financial and Other Frictions” as part of a distinguished lecture series.

Waterloo Watch

Waterloo Watch, Friday, April 4.

Ideas Start, Develop, and Grow Here: Howard Armitage talks social entrepreneurship

Howard Armitage, special advisor to the president on entrepreneurship, speaks about his GreenHouse program, which promotes social entrepreneurship.

Bus route facing the axe affects low-income residents

Protestors gather around St. Charles Bus Terminal complaining of the GRT's closure of Route 18.
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