Seeds of Waterloo

Categories:
  • Religious and Spiritual

Seeds of Waterloo (SOW) is a Christian club dedicated to growing as disciples of Jesus. Our goal is to know the love of God and show that love to each other and others on campus.

Our weekly meetings are a time of fellowship, Bible study, encouragement, discussion, worship, prayer, and fun! Anyone and everyone is free to come out and get connected, regardless of your beliefs.

Shopping Club, UW

Categories:
  • Business and Entrepreneurial
  • Games, Recreational and Social

The purpose of the UW Shopping club is to gather University of Waterloo students to get to know each other, discuss the ability to control budget, explore the different malls in both local and nearby cities by having club shopping trips, become socially active and have fun shopping together. We plan to hold meetings, lectures, social outings, and to plan shopping trips to local and nearby city malls. Come join us!

Sikh Students Association

Categories:
  • Religious and Spiritual

The University of Waterloo Sikh Students Association (SSA) attempts to provide an environment on campus, and beyond, that helps to promote the Sikh religion by practicing its beliefs and traditions. The above is achieved through various discussion groups, weekly path sessions, kirtans, guest speakers, Q/A periods and a variety of religious/language classes provided by fellow students. As well, UW SSA attempts to participate in a wide range of multi-cultural activities both on campus, and within the Sikh community (such as trips to the Gurdwara, Vaisakhi, etc).

In addition, our club organizes a number of intramural co-ed sports teams (Basketball and Volleyball, usually) and social functions (pool tournaments, bowling, etc.) and outings (dinners, horseback riding, skiing trips) that form the bulk of our time commitments.

We hope to create a 'family' atmosphere by developing an hierarchy-less club that is devoted to providing an avenue for interaction amongst Sikh students at our University. UW SSA also provides educational help (study groups, old texts, exams, etc.) and holds one of the most successful on-campus events, 'Dastaar day', previously known as 'Turban Day' once a semester. This is an awareness day to teach the University community about the significance of the turban in Sikhism. We desire to produce conditions conducive to the further study, research and practice of Sikhism by our fellow Sikh students and all others interested in any aspect of the Sikh religion.

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Singaporean & Malaysian Students’ Association (SMA)

Categories:
  • Cultural

A social club maintained by students for students from South East Asia. The club hosts different meetings and outings around Waterloo and beyond in attempt to help Signaporean & Malaysian students adjust living and going to school in Waterloo.

Sketch Comedy Club, UW

Categories:
  • Creative Arts, Dance and Music
  • Media, Publications and Web Development

We write. We perform. We direct. We produce. We showcase sketch comedy. If you like comedy in anyway, come out, you'll have fun and learn a lot!

UW SCC is an equal opportunity employer, we do not discriminate based on race, gender, sexuality, religion, creed, shoe size, favourite color, oral hygiene, body hygiene, pubic hygiene, skin ashiness, wipe direction, left-handedness, morning owls, night birds, leafs fans nor habs fans.

Smash, UW

Categories:
  • Games, Recreational and Social

We play super smash brother melee for the Nintendo GameCube.

Socialist Fightback Club

Categories:
  • Academic
  • Political and Social Awareness

The Socialist Fightback Club serves as a base for socialist politics on the UW campus. Education on questions of theory, history, economy, philosophy, on contemporary issues and movements are regular discussed and debated in the club, often through our publications, discussion groups and public events. In the past year, for example, we have held discussions on the topic of the economic crisis, the Sanders movement, the Quebec student movement and on the basic tenets of socialist theory.

Society of Arab Students (SAS)

Categories:
  • Cultural

Our primary purpose is to facilitate networking within the Arab community and providing support for first year students (Undergraduate and Graduate students, local and international). We demonstrate and promote the Arab culture to Arabs and non-Arabs. SAS welcomes all the different cultures and ethnicities who are interested in learning about and/or mixing with the Arab culture.

Society of Future Black Physicians, UW

Categories:
  • Academic

Encourage and assist black undergraduate and graduate students who wish to pursue medicine in order to increase the number of black students who apply to medical school and thereby increasing the overall number of black physicians.

Soul Food

Categories:
  • Games, Recreational and Social

Our goal is to reduce food waste, enhance University of Waterloo’s relationship with the community, and to connect students to the community of Waterloo. We also aim to inform students of the food demand in Kitchener-Waterloo by writing term reports on our progress and statistics.
 

Spicy Meme Club

Categories:
  • Games, Recreational and Social

Spicy Meme Club is an interactive community for all meme lovers. Together, we will create memes, and provide a platform for all members to display their funniest memes. You don't need to be a meme lord to join, just come out and have a laugh!
 

SPIE Student Chapter

Categories:
  • Academic

SPIE is an international society advancing an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light. Our goal as a student chapter is to bring awareness, opportunities and establish an interdisciplinary community at the University of Waterloo that relates to the application of light in a diverse array of fields. We will be hosting lectures from distinguished researchers and industry professionals, professional development sessions, laboratory tours, cool experiments, and social networking events. We welcome students from all departments to engage and explore light in all its forms and applications.

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