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Ombuds Waterloo?

The University of Waterloo does not have an ombudsperson! To me, that is more than a surprise; it is a shame! An ombudsperson (“public advocate”)...

Can’t buy me love

Can you last the fast?

“Some who fast obtain nothing from it but hunger and thirst.” T he blessed month of...

Re: Feds Board of Directors Closes Meetings, June 28, 2014

I was surprised and disappointed to learn that the Federation of Students’ chief decision-making body, the Board of Directors, decided on April 30 that...

Re: Galt architecture campus proposes $24 million expansion, May 30

Dear editor: Your recent article "Galt architecture campus proposes $24 million expansion" (May 30) leaves readers the impression that the proposed expansion of the Cambridge...

Why the service sector is terrified of minimum wage hikes

The recent announcement of an increase in minimum wages in Seattle to $15 an hour over an average of five years, depending on the...

Hashtag history

Last week, I wrote my column about the #YesAllWomen movement, with an assurance that it had staying power. Well, guess what? I was wrong. As...

Cancelling 30 per cent off tuition grant would hurt students

When I first decided to pursue my degree at the University of Waterloo, I knew it would be an expensive endeavour. But, I also...

Yes, all women

<em>It was a nightclub in Mississauga I had never been to before. The strange passerby stuck his hand right up my dress and tried...

Remembering the Nakba

&ldquo;Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it,&rdquo; a quote made famous by the philosopher George Santayana, is one that implies...
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