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Classes cancelled but UW campus still open as coronavirus closures strike...

All on-campus courses, tutorials and labs are suspended between March 14 and March 23. The university has announced that it is suspending all not vital...

Everything we know about the coronavirus in Waterloo

The first COVID-19 case in the KW-Region was confirmed Thursday March 5 as a woman who traveled from Milan, Italy. She presented symptoms including a...

Waterloo region hit with first coronavirus case, but don’t worry say...

The Region of Waterloo Public Health on Thursday, March 5, 2020, confirmed the first case of COVID-19 also known as Novel Coronavirus in the...

Happiness, heartbreak, and hope Track and field, hockey, and volleyball seasons...

As Reading Week ends and March begins, many OUA sports start their championship seasons. Team sports such as hockey and volleyball are seeded into...

Heroes of the Black community in Kitchener-Waterloo An instalment in Imprint's...

Back in the 1820s, early settlers were just beginning to build the communities of Berlin and Waterloo, which would eventually become the Kitchener-Waterloo (KW)...

Boston Pizza employees in KW speak out

Four Boston Pizza locations in the Waterloo Region closed their doors on Jan. 24, 2020, after filing for bankruptcy, firing 190 employees.  Brian Haase, the...

Team Vision sweeps WUSA Exec elections

Team Vision swept the Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA) Executive election, claiming all four executive spots. The overall voter turnout was 12.2 per cent, a...

Coronavirus hysteria goes viral

Hoaxes and hysteria have abounded in response the mostly non-lethal coronavirus.  Ryerson University, McMaster University and Durham College have all reported that fake notices on...

Review: Nothing Beats Rock!

From Feb. 6 to 8, the Faculty, Alumni, Staff and Students (FASS) Theatre Company will present their Winter 2020 show, Nothing Beats Rock! a...

How students face the GRT strike

The GRT strike has rocked the day-today life of students in the KW region.  Over 17,000 students are being affected daily, along with various other...