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Women’s hockey routes Toronto to secure top-spot in the OUA

After going an impressive 7-3 over their last 10 games, all eyes were on the Warriors’ Women’s Hockey team as they played host to...

Warriors’ volleyball breaks even on busy weekend back-to-back

The men’s and women’s volleyball teams were in action over the weekend, squaring off against the Windsor Lancers and Western Mustangs on back-to-back days...

Raptors’ Recap: Forging an identity

The Toronto Raptors recently embarked on a road trip that many viewed as an early-season test for the reigning champs. With injuries sidelining both Kyle...

What’s thriving in 2019?

For many people, ‘thriving’ means doing well in every aspect of life. This is increasingly the case when society puts so much weight on a...

Talking mental health

The Student Mental Heath Forum, part of Thrive Week 2019, offered insight into the shortcomings of mental health initiatives on the UW campus. The Committee...

Football season ends with narrow semi-final loss to Western

Fresh off their first playoff victory in 20 years, UW’s football team strolled into London looking to secure a birth in the Yates Cup...

Raptors recap: new beginnings

The banner is up, the rings have been awarded, the NBA season is officially well under way. Although it’s only been six games, the Raptors...

Warriors find success in playoffs

Despite being very young, the 2019-20 OUA season has already seen UW’s sports teams capture the attention of many across the province. Some teams built...

Facing off against homelessness

After a lengthy 22-season career where he amassed over 2,200 penalty minutes and lifted the Stanley Cup, Brad May now dedicates a large portion...

Queerhellth: Taking down sexism and homophobia in healthcare

When a young woman was wrongly denied medical treatment on the basis of her sexuality, she decided to take action and create the social...
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