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Disrespectfully: Over-enrollment and the failure to scale staff

My last article made painfully obvious how UW is contributing to the housing problem by over-enrolling students without making plans to scale its residences...

Medicine: Reflections from beyond the binary

Queerness heals – this, I know. As the Arts and Life Editor of Imprint, I am given opportunities to report on social justice initiatives happening...

Waterloo: Where is your black and gold pride?

My first time visiting the University of Waterloo was during the summer of 2018. At the time, I was in grade 11, about to...

On-route to efficient transit: the problem with car dependency in cities

As a person who has relied on transit as their primary mode of transportation throughout high school and university, I believe transit is sorely...

The housing catastrophe UW would rather not think about

Our university, the great MIT of the North, is home to some of the worst staircases I have ever seen in my life, and...

Life at REV

Everyone has a bad first-year dorm experience, with many different factors as a possible cause. I live at REV; for me, it was the...

Contagious Opinions

From food to cinema, music to cell phones, the opinions of others guide our choices. Although some instincts are natural, most of our decisions...

Meet Imprint’s new Executive Editor

“Tell me about yourself.”  An ambiguous statement that I’m never quite sure how to answer. Do you mean who I am in this moment specifically,...

United or divided: The United College rebranding

Staff and students gathered outside St. Paul’s on Sept. 24, 2022, to formally announce the name change and unveil the new sign, which now...

Go out and vote: Why students should vote in the municipal elections

Municipalities across Ontario, including Waterloo, will be holding local elections on Oct. 24. Eligible voters in Waterloo will be able to vote for the...
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