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Love your body, love yourself

Compassionate self-attitudes may help women avoid forming negative body images and eating disorders. These were the findings of research conducted by Dr. Allison Kelly,...

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<strong>Near death experiences confirmed, say scientists</strong><br /> <br /> Scientists at the University of Southampton believe that there may be &ldquo;a small amount&rdquo; of life after...

Social innovation through entrepreneurship

Applied health sciences and St. Paul's Greenhouse pioneer social entrepreneurship at the University of Waterloo

Destiny defended

Previously on Giga Game Breaker (read in the voice of the <em>Dragonball Z </em>narrator), I voiced the many flaws of <em>Destiny.</em> Why, then, have I...

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<strong>Instagram, Weibo searches blocked in China and FireChat takes off</strong> <em>BBC </em>reports that Instagram and Weibo (a Chinese social networking platform) photo searches including the...

Esports competition craze hits UW

Ontario eSports series provincial qualifier attracts students from across province

Destiny Deferred

Sigh. I&rsquo;m about to say a bunch of bad things about <em>Destiny,</em> a game that attempts to mix <em>World of Warcraft </em>MMO-style loot and...

Micro Files

<strong>Ponies versus the environment</strong> There has long been debate regarding the wild horses living on Sable Island, off the coast of Nova Scotia. These horses...

Imprint reporter Hacks The North

This past weekend, the halls of E5 were turned into a hive of collaborative thinking. A swarm of hackers hailed from far and wide...

UW hosts Canadian hackathon

Hack the North, a Canadian, collegiate-level, three-day-long hackathon, was held Sept.19 to 21 at UW. Sponsored by over 40 companies including technology big shots...
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