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What it takes to plan a UW sports game

Volleyball, cross-country and swimming are only some of the varsity sports events that bring students together throughout the term. The University of Waterloo, boasting...

A lockdown guide to fitness for students

The recent COVID restrictions and gym closures have left students across the province searching for methods to stay fit. While UW has released a...

UW students develop mental health tracker

With reports of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on mental health, the need for mental health resources is being advocated for on a large scale....

BlackBerry partners with UW to create Joint Innovation Program

The University of Waterloo and BlackBerry have teamed up to drive innovation in the Waterloo region with the release of the new Joint Innovation...

Student-led initiative to reflect upon identities, positionality and power in sustainability...

In March 2021, University of Waterloo students delivered a three-part workshop series to address the gaps they noted within sustainability research. “This workshop series, designed...

WUSA Disappointed With Ontario’s 2021 Budget

The Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA) said it will continue advocating for government funding in post-secondary education and support for students, following the unveiling...

Students call out UW on its state of equity

Students and equity services, seeking justice for UW’s treatment of BIPOC, united in support of student-led social media campaign ‘Equity4WHO’.  On July 7, Equity4WHO released...

Changes to OSAP for 2020-2021: What’s new and how student groups...

Many changes have been made to the OSAP process this year. These changes include an information module that outlines the information that needs to be...

White prof used N-word multiple times “loud and proud” student says

A first-year student who wishes to remain anonymous told Imprint she was in Professor BJ Rye's class when Rye used the N-word and provided...

White professor who used N-word in class will keep her job,...

In an interview with Imprint, Dr. Scott Kline, President of St. Jerome’s University, confirmed that Professor BJ Rye, who used the N-word in class,...