Why students are taking on waterloo: Students challenge the university
Waterloo is a university in Ontario, Canada, that offers degrees in a range of subjects.
The students at the school, called the School of Business, want to change that.
The idea is to use the school’s business programs to train future entrepreneurs, in a bid to get students in business and earn a higher wage.
This is their thesis: “Students should be able to take a course on the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and have the opportunity to develop a career in the field,” the school wrote in a petition to the Ontario government on their website.
The petition also asks that the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Association (OSSTA) be removed from the school.
Students at the School say that they are trying to make the university a more welcoming environment for people of all backgrounds, and that the school should provide a “safe environment” for all students, not just those from disadvantaged backgrounds. “
This is in contravention of the mandate to promote democracy in higher education.”
Students at the School say that they are trying to make the university a more welcoming environment for people of all backgrounds, and that the school should provide a “safe environment” for all students, not just those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
They say that many of their peers in other universities don’t have access to that kind of support, which is why they are taking this petition to make a difference.
One student, named Rachel, who is a graduate of the school says that her peers aren’t always comfortable around the staff members who work in the business program.
“The business school is very supportive of students, but they don’t want to talk to us because we’re different,” she told the BBC.
“I think they think we’re all in this together.
I feel like the students are the problem.”
Rachel said that the students feel like they are a minority in the school but it’s not always that way.
“It can be that I’m not the first or last student that they’ve seen, so we’re not all going to be accepted,” she said.
“When I was at the business school, it was a diverse class, so there were students who were from all different ethnicities, from all backgrounds.
But the school wasn’t really about race or religion, it wasn’t about disability or sexuality, it didn’t really have that focus for us.”
It was all about what we could do.
“For students like me, we’re in the workforce but we don’t really know what we want to do with our life. “
We’re really struggling in our industry,” she added.
We have no skills or experience.” “
What we’re doing is taking an internship at a restaurant, and we can’t find the right job.
We have no skills or experience.”
Rachel told the CBC that she doesn’t know how she would make ends meet if she had to choose between pursuing her degree and taking on a job.
“At the end of the day, I have to get the food for myself and make ends do meet, so I need to make that decision,” she explained.
“There are no guarantees, and I don’t think there are any guarantees in the future.
We are the ones that make decisions and we are the one that has to pay the price for it.””
But I think it’s really important for us to have a voice in our university.
We are the ones that make decisions and we are the one that has to pay the price for it.”