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Review: Sea of Thieves – blockbuster or shipwreck?

Playing the Sea of Thieves beta is quite conflicting. The feel is incredible, but there seems to be a lot missing. Sailing in the...

Velocity takes 10 qualifiers for the 5K

A grand total of 39 teams pitched their early-stage start-up ideas to a panel of three entrepreneur-judges on Mar. 13 and 14. Each day five...

Nanotechnology engineering Capstones look to astound

In culmination of their undergraduate experience, University of Waterloo nanotechnology engineering students showcased their  design projects on Mar. 16. Each Capstone project tackled different...

Review: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG)

PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds or PUBG is the second half of the battle royale genre that has recently invaded many gamers’ libraries. The initial release was...

App connects to young adults with cancer

In late May, Chelsea Campbell and her four-person team of programmers and marketers will launch Take Care, an app focused on connecting young adults...

Review: Dishonored 2—From Dunwall to Karnaca

The first Dishonored is one of, if not my favourite, single player game. Tight controls, choose your own playstyle, and the chance for creativity...

RBC opens cybersecurity research lab in Davis Centre

It is becoming a well-known fact that the University of Waterloo is often referred to as the “Silicon Valley of the North” — and...

Pawlizsyn’s lab optimizes sampling technology

Dr. Janusz Pawliszyn’s lab has been receiving international attention for its optimized coated blade polymer extraction technique, which can be used to test for...

Review: Fortnite, one month later

It has been about a month since my initial review of Fortnite was published, and putting down the game has been a real challenge....

Review: Dragon Ball “It’s over 9000”

With midterms upon us and the majority of the student body yearning for some distraction, my break from studying and infrequent existential crises has...
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