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r/waterloo

Housemate threatening us that we are tampering his food with Cat food. What steps can we take to protect ourselves?

Good day!

So me and my friends have been living in the same property for almost 4 years without ang complain or issue. When suddenly, my friend had a baby and had to rent their own place. We’ve been like a family for those years and up until today. Then suddenly, the sublet came in.

To add, he’s actually not on the lease contract and my friend is still there. The lease also says 2 car driveway but this guy keeps on pushing that it’s for three (which is a hassle)

My question is, what steps can we make to make sure that we are safe, and that we can protect ourselves? Our landlord gave him a month to look for a new place but we’re worried about our safety. My wife is pregnant and we have numerous sleepless nights already. I don’t know where yre he’s getting the accusations from but we don’t have time for drama.

For now, we added a cctv on our living area and made sure that the driveway is only for two cars. I’m afraid him and my wife gets into a heated argument without me being there. I just don’t want to stress my wife as she’s almost done with her trimester. Thank you!

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r/uwaterloo

Need someone's help to surprise my boyfriend

I recently saw a guy delivering inflated heart shaped balloons to his girlfriend in Europe (they were long distance) and I want to do the same for my boyfriend. I'm currently out of country so can't inflate them myself. I was looking online and I couldn't find any service that inflate and ship balloons either. I can buy the balloons and the box but need someone to inflate them and give it to my apartment under my name. I can then tell him to pick up my parcel from my building and open it himself. Ready to pay for this so let me know if anyone is available to help me ><

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r/uwlu

Spring intake

Anybody here whose first term was spring, what will the year look like, how many semesters would I go back to back?

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r/kitchener

How can I get my grade 12 transcript?

Does anyone know how I can get my grade 12 transcript? I went to st marys high school

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r/uwaterloo

Friends

Is it just me, or is it hard to make friends here... I had a lot of friends in high school, I am VERY social and love to talk, however it's so hard to make friends here for some reason. After every class I can't tell who packs up and leaves faster. It's lonely and rough out here.

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r/uwlu

Question on Critical Thinking Report

Idk when my TA will reply to my email but I wanted to ask if anyone knows since there is 1 page for the generative AI conversation and 1 page for the argument map - does it mean that after developing the map, I will use 1 page to explain it and also craft the argument using AI (just a single page). Like do I need to use Gen AI to create the argument?

Thanks!

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r/kitchener

Carjackings becoming more frequent or nah?

www.wrps.on.ca/en/news/waterloo-regional-police-continue-to-investigate-attempt-carjacking-in-kitchener.aspx

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r/kitchener

Wedding photographer recommendations?

Anyone have local photographer recommendations? Helping a friend look for one for this summer and their budget is between 2 and 3k (looking for an 8 hour day).

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r/uwaterloo

AFM 121 midterm advice

For those who have done Blairs midterms in the past would you say its easy? I thought I was chilling till I read the part where he doesn't give part marks for TVM so now I'm a bit worried. I make small mistakes sometimes too when it comes to it so I'm getting a bit anxious. Also any advice regarding time b/c I heard that time was one of the biggest enemies during it. 2-4 mins per excel question is a bit tight. We have 30 mcq too ig but that shouldn't be too bad.

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r/kitchener

One Hundred & Garment Condos

Looking for owners who have been there from the beginning.

Which condo management companies have managed your building?

Which is your current management company?

Care to share your thoughts about the different companies?

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r/uwaterloo

I don't know anyone who spent less than 40 hours on their job search yet this WaterlooWorks survey lists small increments and finally "40+ hours" as if that should be the upper end

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r/uwlu

CP164 midterm

How many task and how difficult is the midterm? Are there any maze questions? I’ve been struggling a lot in this course so far and been relying on chat gpt 😔

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r/uwaterloo

2024 CE/CS/SE Grads, have you found a fulltime job yet?

View Poll

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r/uwaterloo

Drop math 146?

I'm not doing too well in math 146 and was considering dropping down to 136. 146 is somewhat interesting, but imo I already have a heavy course load this semester.

The main concern is that I wouldn't be able to catch up to 136, and that I might miss out on important results not covered in 136/235. I'm doing alright in stat 230 and math 148 and am considering a major in statistics or math fin if it's relevant.

Should I drop?

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r/uwlu

GPA/Stats for cs co-op

As the title suggests what is considered a decent GPA for CS co-op? I know that GPA isn't the only thing considered in the process but would a low 10 GPA with some community involvement, and a summer's worth of work experience be enough?

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r/waterloo

Speed monitoring box stolen in Kitchener

kitchener.ctvnews.ca/speed-monitoring-box-stolen-in-kitchener-1.6785313

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r/cambridgeont

Ppl being removed by security at tonight’s Council Meeting - February 27, 2024

Accused council of grooming because the rec centre had “grooming cubicle” in the change rooms…

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r/kitchener

Where does one get large (50l or more) bags of perlite or vermiculite?

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r/waterloo

Ppl waiting almost 2 hrs at petrol Canada carwash, what's ur motivation to to so…

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r/uwaterloo

Projector scam around campus

They almost got me, I already transferred 2.5k but realized it was a scam and cancel the e-transfer (thank god). Didn't expect scam here but here they are at Waterloo. So the story is quite similar to www.reddit.com/r/Markham/comments/17er1du/beware\_white\_van\_speaker\_scam\_cinemax\_p1\_projector/. There are two guys saying they worked for some theatre in Newmarket and went to some place to pick up purchase of projectors and screens for their boss and they gave them two more Cinemax projectors in error. They said that those projectors are 8k and super expensive for like 10k bucks, and they had just sold the other one for $2,000 to another Asian guy and claimed that they would sell this one at a huge discount to me since they were in a rush to go back to Barrie to their boss.(Otherwise their boss would take it for free). They were in a black SUV, two man(one thin and short, the other bulk), I was stopped by them in Rezone. Be aware and don't get scammed. Btw the projector website they showed me are FAKE af lol. I was so fking dumb at that moment. imgur.com/a/kfOkLEm

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r/uwaterloo

White Van Scam in the UW Plaza

I wanted to let you guys know about a scam around here.

Around 5PM today, I got approached by an asian guy and a brown guy in a Black Dodge Durango today at the plaza. They claimed to be installing projectors for the university and randomly offered me an extra high-end projector and screen (worth around 9000) they wanted to rid of before they meet their boss. They even have receipts and labels etc. to seem legit.

Initially they will ask if you want a FREE projector and TV (probaby to grab your attention). After getting out of the car and showing you the product, they said they would give it for around 4000 initially. They said I could resell it for much more to make some quick money. They will try to pressure you and rush you into buying it from them because they "have to meet their boss soon". I knew it was hella sus so I kept saying no. They will try to keep negotiating with you. Eventually they gave up and drove away pretty quickly.

I did some digging later on today and I found that this is a scam that's been around for a while.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_van_speaker_scam

I found some similar reports too.

www.reddit.com/r/McMaster/comments/1b0saor/projector_selling_scam/

www.reddit.com/r/KingstonOntario/comments/1alga52/scam_on_campus_warning_white_van_scam/

www.reddit.com/r/waterloo/comments/13jtxz6/the_white_van_scam_is_back_full_force/

Anyways I hope no one ever falls for this but hope you all stay vigilant out there. If someone approaches you to sell things out of their trunk, its already sketchy. Trust your instincts.

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r/uwaterloo

intel hd moment (pic unrelated)

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r/waterloo

Conestoga faculty outlined major concerns over international enrolment in 2020 report

(i’m predicting Tibbits is gone before April 1st when they reveal their latest.. Pile O’Cash).

In 2020, a committee of 50 Conestoga College faculty outlined a wide range of concerns with the school’s growing international student enrolment, and the impact it could have if interventions weren’t made.

The report describes trade instructors concerned some students posed a safety risk using machines due to poor English skills, other faculty reported hearing students referring to particular programs as a “joke” because the students' only goal was to “get into Canada,” and some instructors said they were being overruled by management when they followed the college’s polices for late assignments, missed assignments and overall grading.

“The culture at the college has been negatively affected with the enormous increase in admissions that have put a strain on our processes and procedures to maintain a high quality of education,” the report reads. “This crisis will have a long term and lasting effect on the success of our graduates and the college's reputation.”

In the four years since the report's original submission, international student enrolment has tripled.

The report, commissioned in 2019 by OPSEU Local 237 — the union that represents Conestoga counsellors, librarians and faculty — was presented to the Union College Committee that includes both union representatives and high-ranking Conestoga officials in Feb. 2020.

The committee acts as a bridge for the union to work directly with college decision-makers. Conestoga president John Tibbits is not a member of the committee and would not have been in the room for the presentation, but the committee did include one of the college’s senior vice-presidents.

The report made 26 recommendations focused on pre-program preparation, educational quality and student supports, with suggestions largely based on best practices from other countries where schools saw dramatic increases in international student enrolment.

Among its top recommendations, the faculty suggested mandatory attendance keeping, improved and verified language proficiency, an emphasis on maintaining consistent academic standards and ensuring academic integrity remains the school's top priority.

It also called for a direct statement from Conestoga president Tibbits “that it is imperative to not pass students (for fear of it reflecting poorly on the instructor), if the students clearly have not met expectations.”

The report has been verified by the college, though it cautions that the COVID-19 pandemic that began a month after its submission required “substantial realignment of both academic and business plans in an ever-evolving environment.”

The six-page report described as a “call to action to improve the academic and learning success of our students,” was completed by the union’s Managing Growth and Change Sub-Committee.

It includes a combination of first-person examples from inside the classroom, and recommendations on how to handle the college's growing international enrolment.

Specific concerns were raised about a lack of English proficiency, and the impacts it was having on course delivery and the overall classroom environment. Teachers reported having to re-explain concepts consistently, slowing the pace of instruction and bringing it down to basic levels.

Among its recommendations, the report suggested the college implement its own language proficiency test, and require all international students to only take part in in-person courses.

Faculty suggested all classes should be “balanced between domestic and international students to encourage more interaction with native English-speakers,” and the college should implement mandatory attendance tracking as “attendance is not taken seriously.”

The Waterloo Region Record spoke with two different business instructors currently teaching at the college, who have asked to remain anonymous due to potential employment backlash.

In one course, the instructor said about 95 per cent of their students are international, and the vast majority are working full-time jobs to afford the high cost of living in Ontario. They said the students look at the syllabus, figure out which days they must be in class, and often do the bare minimum to get a passing grade.

They said almost all the international students they taught were living in either Brampton or Mississauga.

In a class of about 50 students, one instructor said they expect between five to 10 students to attend when there isn’t a test or assignment.

Another instructor described students constantly trying to negotiate passing grades. This instructor said they were spending more time negotiating grades than actually instructing.

Both instructors stressed the students were not to blame and were mostly trying their best to manage an unsustainable workload with the realities of working full time.

The union confirmed the situations described by the instructors were not uncommon, and they have received multiple reports of low attendance, and increased workloads for instructors trying to work with students to pass their classes.

Faculty in 2020 said they felt they needed more support from their chairs and academic managers, and specifically called for them to “not forgive integrity issues or change student final grades.”

The report said that instructors were being forced to modify their courses to ensure students could be successful, but the “evaluations are no longer matching the taxonomy of the course outcomes.”

Examples were shared where class outcomes would state “analysis,” yet students were asked to simply “identify” on a multiple-choice exam question.

In situations where students didn't understand assignments or knew they weren't capable of completing them, teachers said some students were taking “unethical” solutions.

“These solutions include plagiarism, unauthorized collaboration, or contract cheating (buying an assignment online or hiring someone to write it for them),” the report said.

In response to the report, Conestoga submitted a document to The Record on Monday outlining how it has addressed the recommendations made in the 2020 report.

The college outlines a heavy focus on mandatory and voluntary workshops for staff, centred around instruction for international students, something it said it has focused on since international enrolment started to grow in 2018.

The college originally offered to pay staff $20 per hour to complete any workshops of their choosing and increased the amount to $40 per hour in 2022.

Conestoga also sent faculty from IT programs and health care programs to India to experience the educational system and report back to the college; this was one of the direct recommendations to get a better understanding of Indian student baselines.

Of the 26 recommendations in the report, 10 were geared toward enhanced training and supports for both staff and students.

Not all the recommendations have been addressed or implemented, but the school has increased its supports since 2020. The college hired a manager of academic integrity in 2018 and said it has hired five more staff over the last five years to support faculty and students.

“Some of these things were done, certainly in looking at things like providing training to faculty on cultural diversity and that type of thing,” said Leopold Koff, president of OPSEU Local 237. “As for the rest, unfortunately a lot of it wasn’t.”

On its program quality, the college pointed to outside audits, and workplace placement rates to demonstrate its priority for quality education.

“The college was awarded the highest possible rating in the College Quality Assurance Audit Process (CQAAP), assessed by an independent panel of auditors as meeting all quality standards required for Ontario’s public colleges,” it said in its response

In bold, the college then said: “The audit report, issued in April 2021, commends Conestoga for its commitment and significant investments in a quality culture.”

It said that 86.2 per cent of Conestoga graduates obtained employment within six months, compared to the provincial average of 83.4. Nearly 80 per cent of Conestoga students indicated they were satisfied or very satisfied their program was providing skills and knowledge that would help them achieve their career goals, also higher than the provincial average of 75 per cent.

Despite the concerns raised in 2020, the college’s international enrolment continued to grow during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Conestoga received 12,822 new study permits in 2021, jumping to 20,905 in 2022, and 30,395 in 2023, according to data from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

Since 2014, the college has seen an increase in its international student enrolment of 1,579 per cent, according to a report funded by Ontario’s Big City Mayors.

Conestoga posted a $106-million surplus in the 2022-23 fiscal year, after a $57-million surplus the year before, and is sitting on at least $682 million in cash reserves, according to its 2022-23 fiscal report.

The college will reveal its updated finances after April 1, where it is expected to show a growth in both its surplus and its cash reserves, based on its dramatic increase in international students.

The numbers will drop this year as the college awaits a decision from the provincial government on how to implement a 50 per cent cut on international student enrolment across the province, mandated by federal Immigration Minister Marc Miller.

Koff and the union see this as an opportunity for Conestoga to address concerns raised in the 2020 report.

“It’s not just a language issue we’re seeing now, it’s around the fundamentals of reading, writing and arithmetic,” said Koff.

“Do they have the fundamental requirements acquired yet that would be expected by someone in the secondary school level, let alone the grade school level? I believe some of the students we have arrive with the equivalency of a grade school level of education, and they’re coming into post-secondary,” he said.

Talks on the issues have continued since the original 2020 report, with the latest presentation on international student enrolment concerns in Dec. 2023 at a Union College Committee meeting.

Koff said there is also discussion about issuing a followup report.

“I have great faith that the college can move forward and there is a management level within the college that can enable that,” said Koff.

“We are fully in support of the college, we’re all employees of it and we’re proud to be part of Conestoga. Faculties’ biggest concern is they don’t want to lose their pride in being part of Conestoga and what it stands for.”

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r/uwaterloo

Am I Weird

Is it weird that I hate talking to people/ keeping a relationship? I have a few close classmates and while Ive known them for 3 years, I go out of my way to avoid talking to them outside of class/ in public. I will take an alternative route even if it seems stupid/ waste of time. My freinds and I talk on instagram, and snapchat, dont get me wrong theyre nice people... but man I just dont like talking to anyone. If it comes down to asking a professor for help on an assignment, I chalk up an excuse to figure it out by myself, and end up not answering the quesitons/ just taking the L. I usually spend time alone, and thats how I prefer it. However its starting to really affect my "social life", because now that Ive been on my coop terrm for 5 months (im on 8 months), I purposely avoid answering any text messages from my classmates. Additionally, I dont have that close of a relationship with my parents, so I dont talk to them either. Reflecting now, I feel like I've lost a majority of my freinds because of my "ghosting". I also think tthe guilt is catching up to me, so now I dont know where/ how to proceed. If youre wondering, my coop doesnt require much talking either, and I usually dont bother engaging in side conversatiton with my coworkers (which is a little akward). Thanks for reading this far, please help me out!!

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r/waterloo

Lost grey AirPods Pro case

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r/uwaterloo

DC library ain't library-ing

Do people not understand that the whole point of someone coming to a library is to do their work in silence and peace? Like dayum.... This place doesn't even feel like a library anymore.

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r/uwlu

ma103 midterm

Hi, does anyone have last terms midterm? Thanks!

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r/waterloo

'It continues to grow as a waste site': Neighbours frustrated with mess at Bathurst Drive encampment

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r/uwlu

HELP! how easy is it to get a deferral final exam?

I've heard its very easy to get a deferral but I was just wondering whats the best way to get a deferral exam? can i just say someone died in my family, or do i have to provide proof? Thanks!

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r/uwaterloo

We made it to Pubity

We going bigg

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r/cambridgeont

CTV Channel 13 Offline?

Most evenings I watch the local CTV news. I don’t have cable or satellite but watch over the air. I noticed today that when I switch to channel 13 I get a black screen. It has been like this for hours.

Anyone know what is up?

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r/uwaterloo

Is jow west just goated????

Easy ass midterm

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r/uwaterloo

Spring 2024 co-op students, have you secured a placement yet?

View Poll

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r/uwlu

Accounting Specialization or Finance?

I am currently conflicted on whether to pursue accounting and finance and I am in second year with third year first semester in the upcoming summer. I am just wondering when I'd have to specialize for the two.

thx in advance!

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r/uwaterloo

ECE 106 Midterm

so we had our 106 midterm today and it didnt go so well... for me at least. I know 106 is a hard course but the thing is all my peers found it to be extremely easy. I got sick during reading week so i basically only really studied for it yesterday and i know that i performed horribly today. I agree it didnt look too difficult but i couldnt answer a signle question and im certain i got max 20%(i know). Any advice on how to bounce back from this or has anyone had a similar situation. Maybe ask Opal to shift some of the weight to the final? it was worth 25 and our finals worth 50 but im worried that theyre gonna make the final insane since the midterm was "easy". Any input would be really appreciated.

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r/kitchener

Wtf is happening with grt?

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r/uwlu

CP104 with Muhammad Muddassir Malik

I am taking cp104 with Muhammad Muddassir Malik this spring semester. No options for David brown. How is the course with him like? I read some old reddit posts from 2 years ago and so many people were complaining. Have things gotten better now or is it still the same?

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r/uwaterloo

Where did people get the roses from

Saw a few people today holding singular roses, was there an event?

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r/waterloo

Medical Appointment

I booked an appointment that I had to wait 3 months to get at Freeport hospital. A long drive for me but it accommodated my work hours and I could go at 6 pm. I got a phone call supposedly from the hospital that they needed to re-book as they had no technicians available that day. However, it was not Freeport calling it was a company called True North imaging (I assume it is a for profit company) and they cancelled my appointment at Freeport telling Freeport I requested ro change my appointment. I did not. I did not even know the name of this company until Freeport staff told me. They felt it was odd to that the sppointment was booked at a different location. Of course they cannot accommodate an evening appointment they only open until 5 pm. Needless to say, I cancelled whatever appointment they made for me and rescheduled with Freeport but now I have to wait 2 more months. I find that is highly unethical and should be cause for concern. Totally disgusted by this business. Thank you Doug Ford for destroying any ethics we might have had in medical care to line the pockets of the greedy. This is not about health care at all. I will never use the services of this company once I do some research to find out who they are, anything associated with them will be boycotted. Line your pockets at the expense of someone else's health.

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r/uwlu

EC295 midterm

Im confused because the practice questions and quizzes are so easy , but then the practice exam provided by the prof is on another level of difficulty. Anyone else in this situation for the midterm Friday ?

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r/uwlu

Resume and interview help

Hey everyone! Welcome back from reading week! The unofficial Wilfrid Laurier discord is currently offering free resume and mock interview help to everyone.

discord.gg/DMhHvTbX

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r/uwaterloo

NO ARTISTIC ABILITY REQUIRED: crafting de-stress event in slc today – come hang out at art hive!

come one, come all —

from now until 7:30pm tonight, we've got a buttload of arts and crafts supplies for you to mess around with in the Black & Gold Room on the second floor of the SLC, and we have everything from paint to clay to bracelet-making supplies!

no experience or project ideas required; your only job is to come and do whatever feels relaxing to you :)

the event is free for all undergrads and is running as part of a series to nurture student mental health on campus!

(last time I made a clay cat ring dish and it's my favourite thing ever)

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r/waterloo

What’s your go-to takeout when sick?

Any takeout ideas for when sick?

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r/uwaterloo

When will wusa announce the winner of the macbook

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r/uwaterloo

i just want to rest.

arts student, but don’t come at me for that.

since beginning at uwaterloo two years ago, i’ve been working non-stop, volunteering in clubs and student societies, working multiple part time jobs simultaneously (and working part time while on coop), completing full courses loads or part time on coop terms, all while trying to make friends and keep my sanity.

all i want to do when i finish work or class is to go back to my dorm and sleep for the rest of the day. miraculously, i tend to complete everything that needs to get done, but i am so exhausted all the time and i don’t know how much longer i can keep it up. i try to sleep at a reasonable time but i, without fail, only fall asleep late into the night and fail to wake up before noon most days.

my program is very collaborative so it feels like im always working with others and i can’t abandon group projects in favour of my own need to rest. at the end of all that, there’s barely enough social energy in my cup to catch up with friends or follow through on social activities. so really, it extends far beyond physical exhaustion.

i can’t give up my volunteer roles because there’s the only time i see "friends" in my program and i obviously can’t quit working since it’s what’s affords me to attend university.

what i long for most is a break from the constant go-go-go, or maybe, at the very least, less pressure to need to do everything to survive. i feel as if i only do classes and not contribute to my community, i won’t have enough connections or experience to land good coops. I don’t know where this pressure comes from, but it’s there and oh is it all-consuming.

why does our society push us so hard to stand out from others and excel above them? productivity culture is so embedded into our societal structures that i feel guilty for resting (and hey i mean we just came off reading week, surely i rested enough then, right?).

idk what to do anymore. i feel that i am at my wits end yet i know i won’t be able to rest until i graduate in 3-4 years.

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r/conestoga

Accepted to waitlist

Hey! I just got accepted to the waitlist for the program I'm applying for! This is the first time I've been waitlisted for any program so I just want some clarification :)

So will I get fully accepted into the program if someone with a conditional offer fails to meet the conditions? Or something similar? Or someone gets an offer but accepts a different offer?

Also im looking into staying in residence- if I'm on the waitlist should I apply to stay in res now? Or soon enough?

Thank you all in advance for any help :)

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r/uwaterloo

found: white headphones in RCH women's bathroom

found some headphones in the bathroom, no one else was there. they say JBL on each ear, I dropped it off at the SLC turnkey desk lost and found if whoever's it is want to go pick them up

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r/uwlu

es110 oc

does anyone have an idea what I should study for the midterm? I haven’t studied anything for this course so farr

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r/uwaterloo

do most ppl's marks have a decreasing trend

1B feels so much harder than 1A... like my marks are dropping like flies

also i get burnt out so easily now :(

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r/uwlu

Stop leaving water bottles that you use to clean your ass in the bathroom stalls

PSA to all international students from places where they use bidets vs toilet paper: I understand ur having an internal crisis when you realize you might have to wipe your ass instead of splashing water on it but holy fuck is it that hard to take the bottle and throw it out into the trashcan when it's literally right outside the stall? I really don't want to go use the washroom and see a bunch of plastic water bottles around knowing that they were just up someone elses ass

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