With over 200 Feds clubs, events, classes, projects, studying, and work, it can be difficult for students to balance school with extracurricular involvement. Kanika Dutta, 2B Management Engineering student, has mastered the art of time management and has taken the campus by storm.
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Did you know that at the University of Waterloo, about 18 per cent of the undergraduate population and 39 per cent of the graduate population consist of international students?
With midterms in full swing and final examinations quickly approaching, Federation of Students has partnered up with Campus Wellness and Athletics to introduce a new initiative focused on student health and wellness.
On Thursday, June 21 a walk across the creek and over to the university colleges will lead you to a celebration filled with dancing, singing, and hand drum groups.
Hundreds of University of Waterloo undergrads generously give their time and hard work volunteering with Feds' clubs, services, societies, governance, and events. Each term, we recognize and celebrate our amazing volunteers with Feds Awards.
Hey Waterloo, it’s Connor, your new Co-op Affairs Commissioner! I’m extremely excited to be taking on this role with Feds for the 2018-19 school year. I have big shoes to fill from all the great work my predecessor Hannah did, but I’m confident that I’ll be up to the task!
“It’s that time of month again….”
We all know what this statement is referring to, even if we don’t want to say it. But it’s time to challenge the taboo of talking about menstruation – that’s the message from Menstrual Hygiene Day, which aims to raise awareness and inspire change surrounding the challenges menstruating individuals face daily around the world, and to open discussion around the traditionally taboo topic.
Imagine your class project beating out hundreds of other projects from around the world to be recognized as the top student business case.
Roses are red, violets are blue; words can dismantle patriarchy and so can you!
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