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Thu. February 23, 2012

Feds Elections 2012 Results

 

After two weeks of campaigning, two debates, three days of polling, and 27 allegations, the results are in for the Feds Elections 2012. Voter turnout varied between the races, with the highest being for Environment councillor (21.57 per cent) and the lowest turnout was for vice-president internal (9.2 per cent). Several candidates were disqualified; they [...]

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$21M Grant for Math and Science

 

Mike Lazaridis, the founder and former co-CEO of Research In Motion (RIM), and his wife Ophelia Lazaridis, have donated $21 million to the University of Waterloo’s faculties of science and mathematics. The Science facility will receive $20 million, and there is $1 million for the Math faculty. “History has shown us that a relatively small [...]

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Students rock out as Campus Idol brings talent

 

Many were watching and listening in Feds’ first annual Campus Idol held on Feb. 9 in the Bombshelter Pub. Friends and family were in attendance, some even bringing handmade signs, sitting close together with a slight fervency in the air. Auditions had been held earlier and the top 10 were chosen to perform, so it [...]

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Feds Elections 2012 Results

 

After two weeks of campaigning, two debates, three days of polling, and 27 allegations, the results are in for the Feds Elections 2012. Voter turnout varied between the races, with the highest being for Environment councillor (21.57 per cent) and the lowest turnout was for vice-president internal (9.2 per cent). Several candidates were disqualified; they [...]

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Beyond the Classroom with Linda Carson

 

Linda Carson is a teacher who loves to learn. With four university degrees to her name in the areas of mathematics, fine arts, and kinesiology, the University of Waterloo faculty member is currently in the process of completing a PhD in psychology, and she doesn’t plan on slowing down any time soon. “I have a [...]

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$21M Grant for Math and Science

 

Mike Lazaridis, the founder and former co-CEO of Research In Motion (RIM), and his wife Ophelia Lazaridis, have donated $21 million to the University of Waterloo’s faculties of science and mathematics. The Science facility will receive $20 million, and there is $1 million for the Math faculty. “History has shown us that a relatively small [...]

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Do or die time

 

Waterloo splits games to end season, will face Brock in OUA quarters The pressure is now on. It is now win or go home time for the Warriors’ men’s hockey team. Waterloo will take on the Brock Badgers in a best-of-three series in the first round of the OUA playoffs after splitting games to wrap [...]

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Students rock out as Campus Idol brings talent

 

Many were watching and listening in Feds’ first annual Campus Idol held on Feb. 9 in the Bombshelter Pub. Friends and family were in attendance, some even bringing handmade signs, sitting close together with a slight fervency in the air. Auditions had been held earlier and the top 10 were chosen to perform, so it [...]

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Politically Correct: In spending cuts, don’t forget healthcare

 

It’s hard to believe that the work of one consultant could be so hotly anticipated as that of Don Drummond. But the Drummond report will affect us all, and it’s no wonder that government employees, public-sector unions, and the public at large has been anxious to hear what it says. The Drummond report is a [...]

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