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Harm reduction for the opioid crisis

The opioid crisis continues to rattle Canada, taking approximately 21 lives per day in 2022. Opioids are drugs derived from opium, a narcotic in...

Science TLDR: This week on campus

Nov. 10 The University of Waterloo was one of three schools in the Waterloo region to receive funding dedicated to developing programming centred around the...

S’mores Puffers

Novembers are the “Thursdays” of the month. The snowfall has a slightly festive mood yet somehow feels detached from the holidays. Between Halloween and...

The Further Apart Things Seem

The UW Art Gallery’s presentation of The Further Apart Things Seem is a magical and immersive representation of our changing world. This exhibit is...

Return of the Mask: Students React

Starting Nov. 8, masks must be worn for any indoor academic activity, including lectures, teaching labs, and exams, according to an internal memo sent...

Warriors lose to Lions

The Waterloo Warriors hosted the York Lions’ men’s hockey team on November 12 at Columbia Icefield. The game saw the Warriors lose 5–3 on...

UW Grad to Keynote Speaker: Jaimie Ruth Park

University of Waterloo alum Jaimie Ruth Park gave a keynote speech at FWD50, an international technology conference held in Ottawa on Nov. 1. Park...

Apple Compote

Fancy an apple pie for breakfast? With fall rolling into winter, nothing compares to a sweet and spiced breakfast accompanied by a warm beverage....

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...

Waterloo researcher helping pave the way for space-age climate science

A UW professor is part of a Canadian initiative to provide critical data to support extreme weather prediction and climate modelling. Dr. Chris Fletcher, an...
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