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The bitter-sweetness of winter

I hear many people complain about the fact that "winter is coming"—of course, when they aren't making a reference to Game of Thrones. While...

No Animals Were Harmed in the Creation of this Clumsy Metaphor

Over the past four years, watching the Donald Trump presidency has felt, in many ways, like watching an unsteady camel struggling  to hold the...

The Japanese secret to a long and happy life

After spending a couple years in Waterloo studying at UW, I have realized that the environment and the overall atmosphere of the town greatly...

UW’s facilitative financial support for studying remotely

For students on a study term this winter, regardless of their immigration status, UW has introduced financial aid to facilitate studying remotely. Known officially...

The Reality of Online Classes Rohit Kaushik, 3A, Computer Science, Opinions Editor

After living life with COVID-19 for over a year now, we have seen the world adapt in a plethora of different ways to cope...

Work from home

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, remote work has become the norm in many companies around the world. Some of these companies encourage and...

University of Waterloo Appoints a New President

On  Nov. 17, 2020, the University of Waterloo announced Dr. Vivek Goel as UW’s seventh president and vice-chancellor.  Dr. Goel’s five-year term will begin on...

Student housing in loo

After my first year at UW, finding a new apartment to live in outside campus was both a  novel and challenging experience. I’d heard...

Waterloo’s troubling absence from the DLI list

Designated Learning Institute (DLI) is a title given to schools across Canada,  which enables them to permit chosen applicants to apply for study permits....

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, I write in response to the new guidelines effective November 9th which make not following COVID-19 safety precautions a Policy 71 non-academic offense. ...
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