Friday, August 14, 2015 by Laurie Vanderhaeghe (BSc '89)
My family and I absolutely love the Alumni Big Ticket and here is why. Before 2013, we would only go once or twice to UWaterloo campus to take in a basketball game, usually during the annual Naismith Tournament. Since the introduction of the Alumni Big Ticket, we have gone to many more athletic games and events.
Friday, July 31, 2015 by Brendan Coady (BASc ‘15, Mechanical Engineering)
My start-up Boogaloo Bunks is solving the issues of privacy, comfort and security in shared sleeping spaces. We accomplish this through our product that instantly transforms any bed into a personal private pod.
Thursday, July 23, 2015 by Dante Labriola (BA ’10)
I always look forward to brilliant student moments on-stage. Sometimes, my students have absolutely no idea why their work is being commended… but I recognize them anyway. I’m thrilled when these young student-actors take informed character risks and articulate some rationale for their choices!
I graduated from the University of Waterloo in June of 2014 and always had the dream of moving to Toronto after earning my degree. After graduating in Honours Sociology with a Business and Technology Specialization, and a Drama Minor, I moved to Toronto in January 2015 with the career aspiration of going into Sports and Events Marketing.
Friday, July 10, 2015 by Amanda Kind (BA ’06, Music)
Alumni Relations had the opportunity to ask alumna Amanda Kind (BA ’06, Music) about her role as Artistic Director for KW Glee. The youth pop choir of 112 combined local teenagers who just won the title of Show Choir Canada and performed three sold-out shows this June.
In your role as Artistic Director for KW Glee, what are some of your main responsibilities?