Inactive Clubs

Afghan Students Association of Waterloo

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Who we are

The Afghan Student Association of Waterloo (ASAW) is dedicated to celebrating Afghan culture among members of the Kitchener and Waterloo community. ASAW intends to connect Afghan, Tajik, Uzbek, Turkmen, Pashtun, Baloch, Persian and other Central Asian students in the KW community through events that encourage networking, celebration of heritage, or raising awareness about issues that exist within the Afghan community...

The Afghan Student Association of Waterloo (ASAW) is dedicated to celebrating Afghan culture among members of the Kitchener and Waterloo community. ASAW intends to connect Afghan, Tajik, Uzbek, Turkmen, Pashtun, Baloch, Persian and other Central Asian students in the KW community through events that encourage networking, celebration of heritage, or raising awareness about issues that exist within the Afghan community both inside and outside of Canada.

Association of Latin American Students (ALAS)

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Who we are

The asosiation of Latin American Students (ALAS) is a cultural, recreational and social club created with the main purpose of sharing Latinx culture with the student body of the University of Waterloo. Our goal is to be inclusive of all people who wish to become more knowledgeable and involved with Latin America, whether or not they have direct ties connecting...

The asosiation of Latin American Students (ALAS) is a cultural, recreational and social club created with the main purpose of sharing Latinx culture with the student body of the University of Waterloo. Our goal is to be inclusive of all people who wish to become more knowledgeable and involved with Latin America, whether or not they have direct ties connecting them to the region. ALAS wishes to recognize and celebrate the rich cultural diversity presented in the different Latin American countries, and how our different identities are interwoven to form part of the same quilt.

Assyrian Chaldean Syriac Student Union

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Who we are

The Assyrian Chaldean Syriac Student Union (ACSSU) at the University of Waterloo serves to promote and educate others on Assyrian Chaldean Syriac culture and heritage, raise awareness on human rights issues, and support those in need. We would like to create a community at UW that is aware and appreciates the history and culture of all students. To achieve these...

The Assyrian Chaldean Syriac Student Union (ACSSU) at the University of Waterloo serves to promote and educate others on Assyrian Chaldean Syriac culture and heritage, raise awareness on human rights issues, and support those in need. We would like to create a community at UW that is aware and appreciates the history and culture of all students. To achieve these goals and strengthen ties within the ACS community we plan to hold fundraisers, social outings, community education seminars, cultural networking opportunities, and social justice and cultural events.

Bengali Students Association (BSA)

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Black Liberated Athletes Coalition

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Who we are

Black Liberated Athletes Coalition (BLAC), is a club made out of specifically Black Athletes. However, we do welcome everyone and encourage anyone who is interested to join us.

At Waterloo, Black athletes feel as if the only space they feel comfortable in is either on the hardwood floor or the football/soccer field. So basically Black Athletes are only comfortable...

Black Liberated Athletes Coalition (BLAC), is a club made out of specifically Black Athletes. However, we do welcome everyone and encourage anyone who is interested to join us.

At Waterloo, Black athletes feel as if the only space they feel comfortable in is either on the hardwood floor or the football/soccer field. So basically Black Athletes are only comfortable in their area of specialty, which is "sports".

This is why we have created BLAC. BLAC will be a club that will allow Black Athletes to do more than just throw a football, run the track, or dribble a ball. BLAC will be a club that allows Black athletes to get comfortable by doing the uncomfortable.

Cantonese-Mandarin Music Production and Cultural Sharing Club

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Who we are

Cantonese-Mandarin music Production and Cultural Sharing Club (CMMPCS) is a club from the University of Waterloo, organized by many students who speak Cantonese and Mandarin with a bloody heart. We promote Cantonese and Mandarin music culture by doing music production. We welcome students from different cultures and countries to join us. For details, please visit our official website.

Cantonese-Mandarin music Production and Cultural Sharing Club (CMMPCS) is a club from the University of Waterloo, organized by many students who speak Cantonese and Mandarin with a bloody heart. We promote Cantonese and Mandarin music culture by doing music production. We welcome students from different cultures and countries to join us. For details, please visit our official website.

Daebak

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Who we are

UW DAEBAK is all about creating an inclusive space where students can come together and share their interest in Korean pop culture (Korean music, dramas, movies, food and more!) with other students through fun and interactive activities while learning about Korean culture.

UW DAEBAK is all about creating an inclusive space where students can come together and share their interest in Korean pop culture (Korean music, dramas, movies, food and more!) with other students through fun and interactive activities while learning about Korean culture.

Dutch Student Association

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Who we are

DSA's purpose is to discuss and share Dutch culture. Dutch members are encouraged to suggest foods to try and share games, stories, or traditions to Dutch and non-Dutch students. We'll eat, talk, and play games.

DSA's purpose is to discuss and share Dutch culture. Dutch members are encouraged to suggest foods to try and share games, stories, or traditions to Dutch and non-Dutch students. We'll eat, talk, and play games.

EDGE Waterloo

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Who we are

EDGE is a student-operated, non-profit organization that aims to address the systemic barriers hindering the academic and professional success of BIPOC and marginalized students in Canada. Since its inception three years ago, the organization has developed events and strategic partnerships with academic institutions and leading organizations to promote diversity and inclusion to students. EDGE Waterloo seeks to create a welcoming...

EDGE is a student-operated, non-profit organization that aims to address the systemic barriers hindering the academic and professional success of BIPOC and marginalized students in Canada. Since its inception three years ago, the organization has developed events and strategic partnerships with academic institutions and leading organizations to promote diversity and inclusion to students. EDGE Waterloo seeks to create a welcoming space for UW students of all backgrounds and further the organization’s mission of dismantling barriers in education.

Global China Connections

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