The Canadian federal government has vowed to make marijuana legal by July 2018. Join our panel of experts for a discussion about what this change will mean for Canadians and their health.
The discussion will be followed by a Q&A and will cover:
- Marijuana: what it is and how it works
- Health effects of marijuana
- Marijuana and youth
- Marijuana impairment
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Fridays 9am – 12pm, SCH 228F
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) presents a seminar by Dr. Bruno Ehrler, from the Hybrid Solar Cells Group, AMOLF, Science Park, Amsterdam, Netherlands
November 24 & 25, 2017 at 7:30pm
Doors open at 7:00pm.
The University of Waterloo A Cappella Club is proud to present our Fall 2017 End of Term Concert! Come watch us sing, dance, and beatbox our way to an aca-tastic performance, featuring UW's very own a cappella groups, many of which had the opportunity to compete in this year's International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (yes, the one from Pitch Perfect)!
Novalis drafted The Novices at Sais between 1798 and 1799. He planned to reconceive it as a “truly symbolic novel of nature” in 1800, but left the work incomplete on his death, leaving us a rich series of questions to explore. Join us for a workshop Nov 25.
The University of Waterloo Balinese Gamelan Ensemble will perform a selection of traditional and modern compositions. First started in 2013, the ensemble led by artist-in-residence Dewa Suparta and Dr. Maisie Sum is expanding its repertoire and level every term.
St. Lucia’s Day, Yi Ping, Diwali, Obon, Hanukkah, Advent and Christmas -- festivals of light. Around the world, groups have fashioned holidays, festivals, and rituals around it. With these rituals come beautiful practices. The UW Choir will explore music from India, Japan, Thailand, and Sweden as well as Canadian traditional music for Advent and Christmas. The UW Choir is directed by Dr. Gerard Yun.
The exhibit showcases student projects on various forms of social oppression, including racism, sexism, heterosexism, cissexism, and ableism. Attendees will be able to interact with aspects of the exhibit in order to better understand these injustices and how they function within society. This will be an opportunity for individuals to learn from students and to engage with them, in open conversation regarding privilege, and how to better address systemic oppression through social justice.