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Q-Suite: A 2SLGBTQ+ home

Q-Suite aims to bring a refreshing change to the business community by creating a safe and inclusive space for the 2SLGBTQ+ community. Regardless of...

Flowetry night at UW

Flowetry is a form of artistic expression through spoken word, poetry and music. The University of Waterloo’s RAISE program held a Flowetry Night on...

Artist Spotlight: The Standstills

For the Standstills, performing music is all about love and celebration.  “As much as we love being in the studio, being creative and writing songs,...

A Wild Literary Session: The Wild Writers Literary Festival

The Wild Writers Literary Festival, held on Oct. 28–30, celebrated Canadian authors, many of whom have published stories in periodicals and magazines such as...

What to do in Waterloo this November

From arts to sports, there is something for everyone to enjoy this November. Check out some of the events happening throughout the month below: WUSA...

Imprint Ink: The Shady Ladybug

“My nana, a glorious gardener, ran a business out of her house called ‘The Shady Ladybug,’ selling flowers from her vast garden. Unfortunately, she...

The ultimate guide to writing contests

When I first started entering writing contests as a freshman in high school, I was swiftly alarmed — and thoroughly humbled — by the...

Imprint’s spooky media recommendations

The Magnus Archives (2016 – present) The Magnus Archives is a horror podcast in which there is a place called The Magnus Institute — an...

Library exhibit highlights history of student activism at UW

Universities have long been hubs for activism and advocacy, providing students with the support needed to get social movements off the ground and raise...

Let the dice roll: TTRPGs within the campus community

Tabletop roleplay games (TTRPGs) have been around for several decades and have a long history that has surfaced only within the last few years....
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