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3, 2, 1, action? Students need more guidance when it comes to video assignments

In my three years and one month as an arts and business student at the University of Waterloo, I have had to complete at...

Time to grind: Why UW gym slots should be longer

With the fall term in full swing, the University of Waterloo’s two fitness centres at the Physical Activities Complex (PAC) and Columbia Icefield (CIF)...

Stop policing women’s language

Women are often criticized for the way they speak. Teenage girls are lambasted for their vocal fry and reliance on filler words such as...

The inhumanity of Texas Senate Bill 8

On Sept. 1, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court allowed the state of Texas to pass Senate Bill 8, an extreme anti-abortion law that will...

Study projects decrease in girls returning to sports post-pandemic

At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics this summer, women representing team Canada won the country’s first 13 medals. In total, women won 18 of Canada’s...

This election, vote for what matters to you

Every time an election comes around, the old adage that “elections matter” gets trotted out along with the cliché that young people don’t vote....

What is fanfiction and why do people like it

As “nerd culture” has grown more mainstream, the notion of fan culture, or “fandom,” has entered into public consciousness. Even if you do not...

Marketing ourselves: Its need or its demand

The primary question anxious first-year students often ask is, “What can we do to better market ourselves for jobs?”  “Marketing ourselves” introduces students as products...

How do I ‘adult’?

As university students, most if not all of us are officially adults. But do we even know what we are doing? Students that no longer...

Chip Shortages: How to prevent it from happening

The start of a new decade has been a difficult time for technology. Due to the pandemic, people are forced to stay at home...
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