Public Health have issued new guidance that we have reflected on the website – namely that if you have been in Hubei province you need to contact Public Health and isolate. New arrivals from China also need to monitor for symptoms.
There have been a number of students contacting Waterloo who feel ostracised, or who are experiencing racism. At Renison and Waterloo, we value each other as individuals. We all belong here. Fostering our spirit of genuine care and concern is so important at a time when many people are feeling scared or nervous about the coronavirus outbreak. We must show empathy and concern for people in our community who are directly affected by the virus and work together to stand against racism of any kind.
Last week, a busy hallway in Renison was filled with the sound of song and drumming in support of the Wet’suwet’en people, who are currently protesting the building of a pipeline through their traditional territory in British Columbia.
"This award has changed my life. I have nothing but sincere gratitude and hope that you understand the immense impact you have made not only on my life in university, but the opportunities you have afforded me that will follow me the rest of my life." - Kirsten
We are the old-timers, a sometimes overlooked generation of Renison grads. Born after World War 2, we were the first wave of baby-boomers to swell student populations of Ontario universities in the 1960s, many of which did not exist a decade or two earlier, Waterloo and Renison included.