With midterms wrapping up, you may find yourself getting low on money for the term. Meal planning is already a struggle and doing it on a student budget makes it harder. This may lead to days full of ramen noodles and coffee, but we’re here to ...
News & Updates: Tips and Tricks
Recently, during my time on the internet I’ve come across a lot more pictures where people are showing off what cool and new recipes they’re trying at home now that they have more time on their hands.
Personally, I’ve been quite productive while being at home these past few weeks - and by productive, I mean productively going through my shows-to-watch and movies-to-watch list.
With the University's transition to online learning for the remainder of this term and next, if you didn't already have a space to work from home, it's likely a consideration that is now on your radar.
Whether you’re looking forward to Reading Week as a time to relax or dreading it because of midterms and big assignments due right after, we've got a whole week free from the busy scheduling of classes.
Soup and Bannock Days are hosted by your Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre (WISC) and held most Thursdays in the fall and winter term.