Alumnus builds community through giving. Michael Robson (BA ’13) found his support among African, Caribbean and Black student groups at Waterloo when an unfortunate hip surgery kept him from the football field.
Five years before Kathleen Venema (PhD '99) arrived at the University of Waterloo, she moved to Ndejje, a small town in south-central Uganda.
The middle of the North Atlantic is not one of the places Linda Kenyon (MA '87) ever expected to be.
When Steve Innocente (BSc ’96) parlayed his craft brewing hobby into an award-winning business, he also tapped into the opportunity to reconnect with Waterloo as a co-op employer, vendor, and faculty member.
Alumnus Mike Farwell (BA ’97) is the host of the Mike Farwell Show on 570 News, the voice of the Kitchener Rangers, and a force in the Waterloo Region.
When Debra Kakaria (BA ’93) began her first of several co-op work terms with MacNaughton Hermsen Britton Clarkson Planning Limited (MHBC), she had no idea that she would one day become a partner of this firm.
Father surprises daughter with translation of her thesis.
Arts alumni collective creates social justice theatre.
Waterloo professor becomes passionate donor for Warrior athletics.