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Shehnoor Nasir

Academic Affairs Commissioner Intro Blog: Winter 2019

Thursday, January 10, 2019 - 09:30 | Written By: Shehnoor Nasir

Guest blog by Shehnoor Nasir, Academic Affairs Commissioner. Hello Waterloo! I am Shehnoor Nasir, and I am excited and privileged to be your new Academic Affairs Commissioner. I am a fourth-year student majoring in political science with a minor in...

Warriors on Ice

Winter Welcome Week Preview

Wednesday, January 2, 2019 - 14:00 | Written By: Lubaba Hoque

Welcome back, Warriors! Start off your semester right with Welcome Week. This Welcome week is jam packed with events and you won’t want to miss anything.  Monday, January 14 Warrior Breakfast 8 a.m. SLC Great Hall Start off your day right with...

Feds Elections

Feds Elections: Find the Right Role for You

Friday, December 21, 2018 - 09:45 | Written By: Lubaba Hoque

Nominations for Feds Elections are currently open! Represent your fellow undergrads by running for a position on Feds Executive, Students' Council, or UW Senate.  Wondering what it's like to hold one of these positions? Current Exec, Councillors,...

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A Message from Your VPOF

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 - 18:30 | Written By: Kurt MacMillan

By now, you’ve probably heard the news that The Bomber will not be re-opening in January. However, the space will be renovated and re-branded based on student feedback on what you want that space to look like. After 40 years serving students on...

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Bomber Closing to Make Way for New Beginnings

Monday, December 17, 2018 - 16:15 | Written By: Federation of Students

After nearly 40 years as University of Waterloo’s favourite on-campus bar and restaurant, home of the famous hashtag fries and Bomber Wednesdays, The Bombshelter Pub will be closing its doors to evaluate new ways to revitalize the space and enhance...

UCRU at Parliament Hill

Dispatch from Ottawa: Matt's UCRU Recap

Wednesday, December 12, 2018 - 10:15 | Written By: Matthew Gerrits

Guest blog from VP Education Matthew Gerrits Hello fellow students! I’m very excited to let you know that Feds was at Parliament Hill in Ottawa December 3 to 5 to talk about federal priorities for students on our campus with members of Parliament...

Seneca Velling

Spotlight: Seneca Velling, Students' Council Secretary

Monday, December 10, 2018 - 15:30 | Written By: Julie Nguyen

Meet Seneca Velling, 4A Materials and Nanosciences student, Secretary of Students' Council, and recipient of the fall term Feds award for his volunteer work in Feds governance.  As a second-year student in 2016, Velling found himself inspired to...

Sanjay Bhaskar

Spotlight: Sanjay Bhaskar, UW MATES

Monday, December 10, 2018 - 14:15 | Written By: Julie Nguyen

Meet Sanjay Bhaskar, a 4B Psychology and Social Development Studies student, coordinator for UW MATES (Mentor Assistance Through Education and Support), and Feds Coordinator Award recipient for the fall 2018 term.  One of Feds' student-run services...

Will Milne

Spotlight: Will Milne, Bike Centre Executive

Monday, December 10, 2018 - 11:00 | Written By: Lubaba Hoque

Meet William Milne, recipient of this term’s Feds Executive Award. Milne is the Co-Rental Program Manager at the Bike Centre and in his 1A term of Mechanical Engineering. Milne got involved with the Bike Centre when he realized he had time to spare...

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Looking for Work? Work with Feds!

Thursday, December 6, 2018 - 15:00 | Written By: Lubaba Hoque

As the fall term comes to an end, you're probably thinking about exams and upcoming holidays. But have you thought about looking for a part-time job for next term?  Feds is hiring now for winter term! From graphic designer to assistant to the...

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Simple Steps to Manage Stress

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 - 11:45 | Written By: Lubaba Hoque

Are you feeling stressed thinking about exams, co-ops and life? You're not alone - take it from someone who has been though it enough to know what you’re going through. Stress is unavoidable but it can be handled well. Below are two steps I follow...

Project Trashion Wins Feds Award

Spotlight: Project Trashion

Tuesday, December 4, 2018 - 16:30 | Written By: Lubaba Hoque

In case you haven’t heard about Project Trashion, you're about to hear a lot more. Project Trashion is a Feds New Club Award recipient that advocates for sustainability in all things, but with a focus on fashion. “Project Trashion is a student-led...

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