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Nature Returns to UW Campus

UW – Local animals are staking their claim for the empty campus as human activity remains restricted due to COVID-19. With people following lockdown...

Waterloo Region residents scammed out of more than $700K by Bitcoin fraudsters

Waterloo Region Police issued a warning to community members earlier this month after 120 residents were scammed out of more than $700,000 collectively by...

Beat The Winter Blues with Homewood’s Tips for Combatting De

The next few months will be challenging to say the least. It’s difficult enough battling cold Canadian winters, but with the added feelings of...

The Future of Internships: More Sweatpants, Less Breakroom Chit-Chat Plus, how UW is here...

If you’ve been forced to work virtually at any point in the last 10 months, then you’re likely familiar with the struggles of remote...

UW Partners with Sportsnet and Rogers for Hockey Hackathon

The University of Waterloo announced a new exciting partnership with Rogers Communications and Sportsnet for the launch of “Sportsnet Hockey Hack: Powered by Rogers...

Stay Involved in KW Arts and Culture During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic may have restricted in-person interactions, but that doesn’t mean you can’t stay connected with the Kitchener-Waterloo community.  If you’re looking for new...

From Behind the Mask: A Quilt of Pandemic Experiences

As fear and uncertainty continue to linger in our communities, we can use storytelling as a means of expressing our humanity and connecting with...

New Device Uses Microwaves and AI to Detect Early-Stage Breast Cancer

Omar Ramahi and his team at the University of Waterloo have developed a prototype to detect early stage breast tumors within minutes. The system...

UW alumnus uses tech to help tackle mental health challenges

An unexpected path led UW engineering alumni Yuri Quintana from being a professor at Harvard Medical School to developing software to help teens take...

Waterloo in the Red Zone

Region of Waterloo has moved to Red zoneAs the Region of Waterloo touches 333 active COVID-19 cases, the Province of Ontario has...
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