Inactive Clubs

Club That Really Likes Anime (CTRL-A)
Fall 2019

Celebrating 20 years, CTRL-A is an organization that promotes interest in animation, pre-dominantly of Japanese origin. A social club first and foremost, our membership is open to anyone with an interest in anime, gaming, and any other related topics. We hold on-campus events, with general meetings traditionally held once a week, anime screenings several times a term, in addition to other special events, such as karaoke and a cosplay cafe.

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Coffee 'N Code
Fall 2020

No matter your skill level, faculty, or language (human OR software), if you're interested in coding, Coffee 'N Code is the place to be. Join us once a week for a few hours, grab some coffee and you can work on your own project or find someone to pair program with! Sharing opportunities for learning through workshops, projects, sharing resources and providing an environment for you to explore coding is what we’re all about – bring your questions and curiosity!

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Contact Lens Interest Club (CLIC)
Winter 2021

We are a student-run organization with the goal to encourage and promote
collaboration in the field of contact lenses between undergraduate optometry students and graduates in vision science at the University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science. The aim of the club is to expose students to the most up-to-date and common practices in contact lenses. This will be done through providing information on current research papers and clinical practices with journal club workshops to explore and discuss contact lens research, as well as
guest lectures from experts in the field.

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Cooking Club, UW
Spring 2021

The Cooking Club serves up cooking classes, bake sales, barbeques, and other food related adventures. We cover the full spectrum of foods from fancy sushi rolling classes to quick and dirty tips to help you manage the necessary evil known as ‘cooking during midterms’. When we’re not in the kitchen or hosting our famous classes, we occasionally venture out to the real world to visit coffee roasters, picnic areas, strawberry fields, or bonfire pits. If we’re not doing any of the above, our members are usually busy trying to craft an amazing burger or a cupcake to sell at one of our barbeques or bake sales to help fuel the culinary debauchery.

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Crafts 4 Charity
Spring 2021

We are a UW DIY campus club that seeks to spark creativity. Every term we host a couple of workshops teaching you how to make cute plushies, polymer clay charms, and more- we will provide the materials and instructions, all levels are welcome! We often sell our handmade crafts to raise money for various charities, so keep your eyes peeled for us on campus!

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Creative Writing Club
Spring 2020

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Creators Collective

The Creators Collective is a club that supports students' creativity at the University of Waterloo! We hold an annual gallery and have a printed magazine showcasing all forms of student art as well as a market that provides a single source to find products and services provided by our own students. Creators Collective hosts events throughout the year that target to establish and create a sense of community between creators.

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Culture and Lanuage Exchange Club, UW
Spring 2021

The purpose of this club is to promote the exchange of language and culture between students by forming small study groups. With the multicultural student body of UW, we are able to match up each student's preferred language to learn with other students who are knowledgeable in that language and can teach. This club compliments the academic languages courses nicely, and provide an opportunity to learn languages in a fun manner. Individual sessions will focus on improving the individual's speaking, listening and writing (grammar & spelling) skills through lectures as well as fun activities incorporating students’ hobbies and interests. This also serves as a great opportunity to prepare students who wishes to participate in foreign exchange programs.

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Daebak
Fall 2020

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.

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Debate Society, UW (Debating Association)
Spring 2021

Our purpose is to hone our skills for competitive debate, within the CUSID (Canadian University Society for Intercollegiate Debate) and beyond. We do this through lessons on improving debate and public speaking, attending/hosting intercollegiate debate tournaments, socials and other events.

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