A little audacity — and endless grit — enabled Dick Callahan (BA ’62) to build a dream career as a sports announcer.
Exploring the wilderness of BC leads Melanie MacVoy (BA ’95) to an abundant career as a landscape artist.
Kathleen Fu (BAS ’17) reveals the through-lines that run from her graduate studies to her artwork for the Waterloo Magazine.
Taylor Imrie (BA ’16) takes the road less travelled, earning her Waterloo degree online so that she can build a life in the Eternal City.
Urbanization is creating problems we’ve never before imagined. Find out how Waterloo alumni are rising to the challenge.
Women’s volleyball star Claire Mackenzie prepares for convocation, reflecting on the insights and friendships she’ll carry with her beyond Ring Road.
As spring convocation approaches, three graduating students share important life lessons they learned at Waterloo.
Brandy Wang (BMath ’18) took the road less travelled to achieve her goals. Here’s what she discovered along the way.
Colin Dunn (BA ’17) translates lessons he learned as a Warriors football player into his academic and professional career.
Waterloo artist Eryn O’Neill (MFA ’18) finds beauty in letting the paint run.