Evangeline Dryburgh wanted to study at Waterloo, just like her parents did. Thanks to the Schulich Leader Scholarship, she’ll have access to unique opportunities and guidance as a student.
Meet alumni disrupting the film industry and showcasing their talents on big screens around the world.
Grab your Warrior wear and come back to campus on Saturday, September 28.
Tai-Lee Chen (BSc '09, MBET '11) explains why this annual event is a family favourite.
Two-time Waterloo alumnus recognized for leadership, collaboration and advocacy in his field.
With help from Waterloo, Calvin Chu builds a thriving company that caters to creative professionals.
With the approach of World Alzheimer’s Month in September, Gordon T. Finlay (BA ’77) shares his poem about a son whose father lives with dementia.
With a planned gift, Karen Wilkinson (BA ’90, MAcc ’90) will support the Waterloo students of the future.
Waterloo alumnus recognized for entrepreneurship, innovation and commitment to the greater good.
The donor-funded program that helps students give back while gaining experience.
Waterloo alumni share practical advice that can help us all achieve our goals.
Doug Colbon (BMath ’74) reflects on the friendships he formed with his hockey team leading up to the 1974 CIAU Championship.
Chérisse Mike (BA ’17) uses her creative talents to tackle assumptions about Africa and the Caribbean.
Business founders Nirbhay Singh (BASc ’17) and Zaham Mustaq (BMath ’17) aim to help entrepreneurs prioritize their personal wellness.
Five lessons Laurin Black (BSc ’18) learned as a Warrior to help her succeed in life.
Hamoon Ekhtiari (BMath ’09, MAcc ’09) sticks to his vision and brings bold ideas to life.
A little audacity — and endless grit — enabled Dick Callahan (BA ’62) to build a dream career as a sports announcer.