Student Newspaper Criticizes Student Government, Gets Evicted From Student Building
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Student Newspaper Criticizes Student Government, Gets Evicted From Student Building
University of Waterloo student newspaper Imprint has been ordered to vacate their office in the Student Life Centre by The Waterloo Federation of Students, known playfully around campus as the ‘Feds.' Imprint editor-in-chief Aliya Kanani says they're being ousted due to critical coverage of Feds like this report on closed-door Feds’ meetings, this exposé on unnecessary fees, and this investigation into increased spending on unknown assets.

University of Waterloo student newspaper Imprint has been ordered to vacate their office in the Student Life Centre by The Waterloo Federation of Students, known playfully around campus as the ‘Feds.’

Imprint editor-in-chief Aliya Kanani says they’re being ousted due to critical coverage of Feds like this report on closed-door Feds’ meetings, this exposé on unnecessary fees, and this investigation into increased spending on unknown assets.

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