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Aug. 5, 2014 Students investing in students Glorie Gatabazi.

In 2013, Gloire Gatabazi left a refugee camp in Kenya to study International Development at St. Paul’s University College.

Gloire came to Waterloo through the World University Service of Canada (WUSC) Student Refugee program, which brings student refugees from war-torn countries to Canada to continue their education.

Waterloo International supports WUSC by paying for second year tuition for students in the program, like Glorie.

Aug. 5, 2014 Solving the world’s problems through knowledge integration Ban Persofsky.

Last year, eight students received the Knowledge Integration Entrance Scholarship. Among them was Benjamin Persofsky, who was selected on the basis of his volunteer work in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Africa.

July 24, 2014 Waterloo International and ICSN celebrate San Fermin San Fermin festival outside of Waterloo International.

On Tuesday July 15, 2014 Waterloo international and the International and Candian Student Network (ICSN) jointly hosted a San Fermin festival. This was the inaugural launch of a set of cultural celebration festivals that will be put on in the future for the University and its students, f