Inactive Clubs

Bengali Students Association (BSA)
Winter 2021

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Between the Lines UW (BLUW)
Fall 2020

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Biomedical Science Student Association
Fall 2021

The Biomedical Science Student Association is a club that aims to promote a welcoming academic and social atmosphere to incoming students who wish to pursue professions under the field of Biomedicine. Such professions can include, but are not limited to: research, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and allied healthcare professions. Our goal is to foster meaningful connections between first and second year students (whether they know what they want to do or not) with upper year students, who have experience with matters such as professional school applications, courses, minors, and much more. We believe in building the community within the biomedical science, honour's science program, and beyond them to form a cohesive network of students helping students.

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Black Liberated Athletes Coalition
Fall 2021

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.

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Black Medical Leaders of Tomorrow
Fall 2021

Encourage and assist black undergraduate and graduate students who wish to pursue medicine in order to increase the number of black students who apply to medical school and thereby increasing the overall number of black physicians

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Brain Exercise Initiative
Fall 2021

The Brain Exercise Initiative is a student run, volunteer based club that uses math, reading and writing as a form of cognitive development for the elderly. It is found that simple math exercises and reading aloud for just 30 minutes a day 5 days a week can have a positive impact on memory for those with Alzheimer's. This is currently being done extensively in Japan. It was discovered by a Japanese neuroscientist, Ryuta Kawashima, and consists of math exercises and reading aloud of short stories. Done for just 30 minutes a day, 5 times a week, improvements in Alzheimer’s patients have been observed. This initiative is based at local retirement homes in our community.

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Breakers,UW
Fall 2021

The UW Breakers promotes hip hop culture and break dancing as a fun and exciting activity for students and others as a form of self-expression and as an opportunity to get to know one another. The club hosts dance battle events and participates in performances for members who want to dance more competitively.

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Breaking Barriers: Cross Cultural Mental Health
Winter 2020

Breaking Barriers: Cross-Cultural Mental Health is an initiative to support mental health promotion and to enhance personal growth among students of minority ethnic background. It strives to pilot programs and activities to optimize mental health promotion in a cross-cultural new environment with strong language and culture barriers. It actively encourages students to participate in counselling, peer support groups, workshops, and other relevant community human services to grow themselves. Breaking Barriers seeks collaboration with on-campus and community groups/organizations. It accommodates students' needs for language translation. Moreover, this club inspires students to get involved in the local community and to grow to become a leader or advocate rather than a "survivor" in the new culture.

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Cabaret club, UW
Winter 2020

Cabaret is more than just a performance: the troupe is a supporting family. Ranging from dance, to singing, to comedy, to sensational sensations, at a cabaret’s heart is entertainment. It is no lie that life is a Cabaret! Our focus is on producing a fabulous, original show for the UW community at the end of each semester.

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Campus Conservatives, UW
Winter 2017

University of Waterloo Conservatives is a group that connects university students to Conservatives parties. Students have the opportunity to volunteer on political campaigns, meet prominent Conservative politicians, and socialize with other Conservative youth. Past events have included hosting ministers, candidates, and having group socials.

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