Horror Club

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  • Games, Recreational and Social

Horror Club is a place where students can come together to enjoy the horror genre. Students can enjoy discussing the genre, experiencing it, and even developing their own horror-themed creations. Activities include watching horror movies, playing horror video games, reading horror stories, and anything else horror!

HOSA UWaterloo

Categories:
  • Academic
  • Charitable, Community Service & International Development
  • Health Promotion

• HOSA is an opportunity for undergraduate students to explore different health professions along with gaining personal experience and knowledge to be used in future health settings or even in day-to-day activities such as networking, and leadership.
• HOSA U is an organization of which branches out to several different universities (Western U, McMaster U, UofT, U of Guelph etc.) and the different branches meet annually at the SLC- Student Leadership Conference (March) to compete in a wide range of health science related topics such as EMT, Dental Science, pathophysiology, medical math, pharmacology, HOSA Bowl, Vet science, sports med, biomed lab science, medical terminology, and medical law & ethics. Members can choose which sub topic they’d like to be in and train for that specific event. The university that wins would then compete internationally against other schools in the USA and be eligible for various prizes such as scholarships, or internships.
 

Humans vs. Zombies Society

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  • Games, Recreational and Social

Humans vs. Zombies is a game of tag between two teams where Humans have to defend themselves with Nerf blasters and socks and survive as long as they can against a growing Zombie horde out to tag them. Humans vs. Zombies Society runs a weeklong game per term as well as weekend minigames and an annual open invitational game.

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Hydroponics Club

Categories:
  • Business and Entrepreneurial
  • Environmental and Sustainability
  • Health Promotion

The hydroponics club aims to further educate students and faculty about sustainable food systems through the participation of growing herbs and leafy greens in a vertical hydroponics rack on campus.
 

Hype Club, UW

Categories:
  • Business and Entrepreneurial
  • Charitable, Community Service & International Development
  • Creative Arts, Dance and Music
  • Cultural
  • Games, Recreational and Social

We are a collective of students passionate about streetwear culture, drawing from hip-hop, skate and urban influences to express our love for street fashion and art. Our members are encouraged to come out and express what aspect of streetwear culture is special to them. From meet-up photoshoots to DIY workshops to charity drives, we make sure to show that the streetwear culture here at UW is fresh and unique to each person, while also giving back to the community. We also encourage members to buy, sell and trade within the club, whether students want to trade sneakers for the latest kicks to add to their collection, or wanting to sell a rare tee shirt they found at the thrift store, we provide a safe space for students to come out and make these connections.

Improv Club, UW

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  • Creative Arts, Dance and Music

UW Improv meets every week for games, exercises, sports and warfare from the world of *improvisational drama*, made famous by Whose Line is it Anyway. Our objectives are fun, enjoyment and belly laughs-- no experience necessary, drop-ins welcome!

Also available is a Performance Team, which is compiled at the beginning of every semester-- auditions take place during the first few weeks of a new semester.

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Indian Cultural Association, UW

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  • Creative Arts, Dance and Music
  • Cultural

UW Indian Cultural Association is a club that aims to promote Indian culture to the staff and students at the University of Waterloo by organizing various cultural events and dance performances. This club aims to provide a comfortable space where students and staff of Indian origin and/or students interested in Indian culture can come together and enjoy each others company.

Indonesian Students Association

Categories:
  • Cultural

The main purpose of the club is to gather all students in University of Waterloo and community at large that are interested with Indonesian culture and language. We promote Indonesian culture and language through social gatherings, cultural sessions and fund raising activities. Lastly, we want to be a medium for members to meet fellow Indonesians or others who are interested in Indonesia.

International Justice Mission

Categories:
  • Charitable, Community Service & International Development
  • Political and Social Awareness

International Justice Mission is a faith-based human rights organization which strives to secure justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation, and other forms of violent oppression. IJM currently has lawyers, investigators, and aftercare professionals in 13 countries that work with local officials to ensure the rescue and aftercare of victims, the prosecution of perpetrators, the protection of communities, and the efficiency of public justice systems. The IJM UW Chapter raises awareness on these issues and provides support through prayer, informative events, and fundraising in support of IJM’s work overseas.

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Iranian Students Association of Waterloo

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  • Charitable, Community Service & International Development
  • Cultural

The mission of Iranian Student Association of Waterloo (ISAW) is to unite the Iranian students of UW and other universities through cultural events and gatherings. ISAW provides a non-political environment where members support one other and share ideas to improve the society to its full potential. ISAW respects people from all nationalities and welcomes them to visit any of ISAW’s events to become familiar with a culture that has held them together for thousands of years.

Jamnetwork

Categories:
  • Academic
  • Creative Arts, Dance and Music
  • Games, Recreational and Social

Attention University of Waterloo students...

FINALLY, there's a space for musicians of all levels and backgrounds to come, relax, and get groovy.

Whether you're a master jazz pianist, absolute beginner, or if you just want to learn how to play Wonderwall around a campfire, JamNetwork is the place to play. Come meet fellow music people and learn improv and theory skills along the way. (Don't worry - you don't need to know how to play Bohemian Rhapsody.)

You can even just come watch and experience music. Everyone is welcome! With weekly drop-in meetings and field trips/community outings, we're all about expanding the music scene in Waterloo.

So come one, come all, and let's make some magic together.

Karol Wojtyla Club

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  • Religious and Spiritual

We are of the conviction that the legacy and spirituality of Karol Wojtyla (Pope John Paul II) represents a strong moral and spiritual compass to guide and enhance the life goals of similarly minded young adults.  The late pope’s unprecedented special relationship to young people in virtually every country of the world has inspired devotion in millions who, in turn, continue to instruct the next generation in his teachings.  He is recognized as an agent of convicted and compassionate political transformation, and his teaching is a beacon of hope for forming loving, life-giving societies that celebrate what is truly good in all the world’s cultures.  His three visits to Canada have left long-lasting impressions upon hundreds of thousands of Canadian young people, and the events and speeches from those visits continue to inspire.  We are of the opinion that the body of literature and teaching that emanate from this great saint warrant special intention, and that his admire!

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