We are excited to announce the launch of Voices 2022. Click here to check it out!
Voices has been a project of The Women’s Centre since 1995. Throughout those years the publication has been a special piece recognizing different artistic expressions and experiences of Waterloo undergraduates. It’s a space of celebration and mourning where students voice their beliefs and share their heartfelt feelings in creative and artistic ways.
We hope Voices will inspire you to see the world from an intersectional perspective, one that you had not considered before.
WUSA 101: WUSA Used Bookstore
November 23, 2022
WUSA General Election: An Opportunity to Drive Change
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