The Food Bank of Waterloo Region has been serving the community for 30 years, continually responding to the need of neighbours in the region who require food assistance.
Professors and students weigh in on Laurier’s first-ever fall reading week
After almost two years of work, Wilfrid Laurier University’s new website is officially live. The project was a conjoined effort by the departments of communication, public affairs and marketing, and information and communication technologies.
Projected tuition rise will result in long-term effects
As first-time renters, many students who encounter problems don’t know their rights as tenants
The leverage that post-secondary students in Waterloo hold due to their large population in proportion to permanent residents is something that most of the mayoral candidates for the municipal election are not taking lightly.
Last week, LinkedIn released university rankings based on the career outcomes of their graduates.
After concerns were raised about aspects of Orientation Week training, Students’ Union look for improvement
Talent Collision Day brought startups together with students, entrepreneurs
On Sept. 23, Governor General David Johnston visited Kitchener to present Caring Canadian Awards to 13 individuals from the area.