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.
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.
Tai-Lee Chen (BSc '09, MBET '11) explains why this annual event is a family favourite.
Doug Colbon (BMath ’74) reflects on the friendships he formed with his hockey team leading up to the 1974 CIAU Championship.
Five lessons Laurin Black (BSc ’18) learned as a Warrior to help her succeed in life.
Exploring the wilderness of BC leads Melanie MacVoy (BA ’95) to an abundant career as a landscape artist.
An unexpected meeting leads Peter Golem (BASc ’74, MASc ’76) to the home of celebrated professor Park Reilly.
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.
Women’s volleyball star Claire Mackenzie prepares for convocation, reflecting on the insights and friendships she’ll carry with her beyond Ring Road.
Brandy Wang (BMath ’18) took the road less travelled to achieve her goals. Here’s what she discovered along the way.