Inactive Clubs

Cantonese-Mandarin Music Production and Cultural Sharing Club

Last Active Term
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.

Game Development Club

Last Active Term
Who we are

The University of Waterloo Game Development Club (UWGDC) is a club where students can create, test, and discuss games. We explore many types of games, from tabletop to digital.

During weekly meetings, we host talks discussing game design topics ranging from Level Design to Accessibility. Additionally, we give tutorials for game development tools including Unity, Unreal 4 Engine, and...

The University of Waterloo Game Development Club (UWGDC) is a club where students can create, test, and discuss games. We explore many types of games, from tabletop to digital.

During weekly meetings, we host talks discussing game design topics ranging from Level Design to Accessibility. Additionally, we give tutorials for game development tools including Unity, Unreal 4 Engine, and Blender.

Want to make a game? We have a friendly and welcoming space at the Games Institute to work on your project. Have a game made already, or in progress? We regularly play-test member-made games during club hours. Game developers of all skill levels are welcome!

For more information, visit our website at: http://uwgdc.com/

Hera.co

Last Active Term
Who we are

We are a non-profit organization that aims to build a female supporting female community founded in 2021. We realize the importance of peer support and community bond for each individual’s road to success. That’s why we are founded here to support our future aspiring leaders. Our mission is to empower young women to grow the ambition, bravery, confidence, and self-leadership to...

We are a non-profit organization that aims to build a female supporting female community founded in 2021. We realize the importance of peer support and community bond for each individual’s road to success. That’s why we are founded here to support our future aspiring leaders. Our mission is to empower young women to grow the ambition, bravery, confidence, and self-leadership to pursue their passion.

Rare Disease Review

Last Active Term
Who we are

Rare Disease Review is a student-run medical, health policy, and bioethics journal focused on providing detailed discourse on rare diseases and their societal effects that anyone can understand. Since its founding in 2015, Rare Disease Review has been committed to communicating science to the general public, and to discussing the relationship between science and society. Rare Disease Review was formed...

Rare Disease Review is a student-run medical, health policy, and bioethics journal focused on providing detailed discourse on rare diseases and their societal effects that anyone can understand. Since its founding in 2015, Rare Disease Review has been committed to communicating science to the general public, and to discussing the relationship between science and society. Rare Disease Review was formed in an attempt to bridge the divide between the dense, complex research done by the scientists around the world and the superficial information provided by rare disease websites. In short, it's hard to find solid information about rare diseases that provides a satisfactory level of depth and detail that's written in simple and easy to understand English.

Street Interview Club

Last Active Term
Who we are

Are you interested in street interviews?We are a group of people who hold weekly street interviews, the content of which will be based on the results of the meeting, with the general direction of randomly selecting students/professors on the street to answer questions on current popular topics and rewarding those who answer all questions right. The club will be divided...

Are you interested in street interviews?We are a group of people who hold weekly street interviews, the content of which will be based on the results of the meeting, with the general direction of randomly selecting students/professors on the street to answer questions on current popular topics and rewarding those who answer all questions right. The club will be divided into several departments, including photography, post-production, hosting(MC), art + design, operations and editing. We would like group members to showcase their strengths and interests in their preferred sector as much as possible. In addition, we will run a social media platform and we will further adapt our themes based on comments and reflections.Feel free to join us!!!

E-mail: uwstreetinterview@gmail.com
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXYi8qsPTowZ2vyYNIFo_pQ/featured
Instagram: @street_interview_club
Twitter: @UWSICLUB
Official website:https://streetinterview.clubs.wusa.ca/

Undergraduate Research Club

Last Active Term
Who we are

The Undergraduate Research Club is a student run organization that aims to expose students to research, integrate their class learning with direct application, facilitate network opportunities to professionals in their field, and to enhance their research skills and ability to find research positions. We aim to aid students in presenting their ideas to professionals in the field through educational sessions...

The Undergraduate Research Club is a student run organization that aims to expose students to research, integrate their class learning with direct application, facilitate network opportunities to professionals in their field, and to enhance their research skills and ability to find research positions. We aim to aid students in presenting their ideas to professionals in the field through educational sessions with current professionals and hands-on experiences through workshops run by the club executive team.

University of Waterloo Cantonese Multimedia Production

Last Active Term
Who we are

The University of Waterloo Cantonese Multimedia Productions (CaMP) is non-profit organisation, sole student run club on campus that operates together with UW Dimensions, KW Channel One and UW Chinese Drama Club. CaMP promotes the general public’s interest in Cantonese language and Hong Kong Culture.

The University of Waterloo Dimensions (UWD) produces a Chinese magazine publication. UWD strives to...

The University of Waterloo Cantonese Multimedia Productions (CaMP) is non-profit organisation, sole student run club on campus that operates together with UW Dimensions, KW Channel One and UW Chinese Drama Club. CaMP promotes the general public’s interest in Cantonese language and Hong Kong Culture.

The University of Waterloo Dimensions (UWD) produces a Chinese magazine publication. UWD strives to publish a new issue each term. Publications can be found on the magazine rack outside of the FEDS office in the Student Life Centre.

KW Channel One (KWC1) gathers Cantonese speaking students together to write and record various types of radio programs such as talk shows, music drama and radio plays. Recordings will be published every Saturday on our Facebook page and Youtube channel. Enjoy the show :)

The UW Chinese Drama Productions (UWCDP) is organized by a team of dedicated students who seek to develop and demonstrate their talents and creativity in various areas related to drama production. This fun-loving and dynamic organization offers students many opportunities for dramatic performance, script-writing, and stage construction.

UW Bold Digital

Last Active Term
Who we are

UW Bold Digital is a community aimed at encouraging students to use content creation, social media and digital marketing as a foundation or addition to fashion ventures. By participating in activities such as analyzing media trends, designing content, networking and more, we strive to foster a fun and inclusive space where members can explore innovative strategies to market their skills...

UW Bold Digital is a community aimed at encouraging students to use content creation, social media and digital marketing as a foundation or addition to fashion ventures. By participating in activities such as analyzing media trends, designing content, networking and more, we strive to foster a fun and inclusive space where members can explore innovative strategies to market their skills online.

UW Book Club

Last Active Term
Who we are

A social club for people to gather and discuss various literary works of the written format, both fiction and non-fiction. And can include a variety of topics that include (but is not limited to): Science, science fiction, fantasy, suspense/thriller, romance, self-help, business/technology, etc

A social club for people to gather and discuss various literary works of the written format, both fiction and non-fiction. And can include a variety of topics that include (but is not limited to): Science, science fiction, fantasy, suspense/thriller, romance, self-help, business/technology, etc

UW UnlearningSociety

Last Active Term
Who we are

We are a non-profit South-Asian publication that focuses on societal issues within the community. Students at Waterloo will get the opportunity to creatively express themselves through the events that we have planned out which aims at showcasing their work. It will be a safe space for the South-Asian community present on campus to freely express their thoughts without any constraints...

We are a non-profit South-Asian publication that focuses on societal issues within the community. Students at Waterloo will get the opportunity to creatively express themselves through the events that we have planned out which aims at showcasing their work. It will be a safe space for the South-Asian community present on campus to freely express their thoughts without any constraints as long as it does not offend anyone. We will also provide resources and aid for those who want to contribute to the club whether it is for any written or artwork.

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